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Qantas makes agreement with the international division of the Flight Attendants Association of Australia.

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On 27 November, Australian airline Qantas Airways said it has reached a five-year agreement with the international division of the Flight Attendants Association of Australia.

The new agreement is expected to result in 2,000 new long-haul, full-time cabin crew jobs over the next three years. The Associated Press reported that under the terms of the agreement, union members will get an annual 3% pay increase, a sign-on bonus and improved pension arrangements for international cabin crew.

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