The Qantas cabin crew have voted to hold a 24-hour strike in the next few weeks, leading to chaos and passenger woes with heavy holiday traffic. In a vote conducted by the Flight Attendants Association of Australia (FAAA), about 99% of 1200 cabin crew rejected the proposal by Qantas and voted to strike demanding an increase in pay and better working conditions. Qantas has offered a 3% annual pay hike and over $4,700 in bonuses along with 1,000 Qantas shares. The FAAA has been negotiating on behalf of the Qantas cabin crew. According to the Australian Financial Review, FAAA secretary
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