Qantas cuts 2000 jobs with outsourcing of ground handling

Qantas has notified around 2000 employees that it will move to outsource ground handling operations at 10 airports across Australia as it works to recover from the COVID crisis.

In August, Qantas advised that it needed to restructure its ground handling operations, which includes baggage handling and aircraft cleaning, and commenced a review of external bids from specialist ground handlers and in-house bids from employees and their representatives.

The bids were required to meet a range of objectives including reducing the overall cost of ground handling operations of about $100 million annually and better matching its ground handling services, and their cost, read more ⇒

Source:: AirlineRatings.Com

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