Airline Executives Asked to Step in to Help Airport Operations

Airline Executives Asked to Step in to Help Airport Operations
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Australia’s Qantas Airways is asking managers and executives to help with on-the-ground tasks such as unloading luggage as it grapples with a labor shortage and employees being out sick. Qantas, the country’s main airline, started having employees who don’t normally work at the airport start helping out on the ground with operations earlier this year. Around 200 of the company’s head-office staff have been assisting at airports since Easter during busy travel times, a spokesperson for Qantas said in an email.