Airline Asks Executives To Work As Baggage Handlers For 3 Months

  • Australian airline Qantas has asked senior executives to work as baggage handlers for three months as it tries to stem a labor shortage.
  • The firm’s head of operations is looking for at least 100 volunteers to work at Sydney and Melbourne airports.
  • Tasks include loading and unloading bags as well as driving vehicles to move luggage around airports.

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