Qantas ordered to resume flights by tribunal ruling
There is relief in sight for thousands of stranded Qantas passengers around the world after an employment tribunal ordered an immediate end to industrial action.
Qantas flights could be taking off again soon but travellers have been warned it could take days before schedules return to normal.
The airline's global fleet had been grounded since Saturday
Airline bosses and unions have three weeks to try to resolve the dispute. The BBC's Duncan Kennedy reports.
30 Oct 2011
- From the section Asia-Pacific