Qantas Apologizes for Halt with Free Flights

Qantas Airways will issue free domestic or trans-Tasman flights to passengers whose journeys were disrupted by the recent labor disputes. Details of the offer are available in a statement issued by the company yesterday.

The offer is the first phase of a series of measures to apologize to disrupted customers.

Qantas will contact disrupted customers to advise them how to claim their ticket.

Breaking news on Qantas can be found at its Twitter feed:

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