Qantas might shift Mascot workplace to Western Sydney Airport, interstate


Qantas says it’s contemplating transferring out of its company headquarters in Sydney’s Mascot and will shift to Western Sydney Airport or interstate because it prepares for all times as a smaller firm within the post-pandemic future.

The airline has determined to put off near a 3rd of it workforce because the begin of the COVID-19 disaster, or round 8000 employees, and on Tuesday stated it was trying to shrink its bodily footprint accordingly.

The airline has decided to lay off close to a third of it workforce since the start of the COVID-19 crisis, or around 8000 workers, and on Tuesday said it was looking to shrink its physical footprint accordingly.

The airline has determined to put off near a 3rd of it workforce because the begin of the COVID-19 disaster, or round 8000 employees, and on Tuesday stated it was trying to shrink its bodily footprint accordingly.

A evaluation of Qantas’ company property footprint will deal with its 49,000 square-metre head workplace close to Sydney Airport and Jetstar’s head workplace in Collingwood, Melbourne, which could possibly be merged into the one location.

“Like most airways, the continuing impression of COVID means we’ll be a a lot smaller firm for some time,” Qantas Group chief monetary officer Vanessa Hudson stated.