Qantas sued for allegedly selling seats on cancelled flights

Qantas sued for allegedly selling seats on cancelled flights
Qantas said it will examine the ACCC’s claims and respond in court. (Image: Qantas)
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By Angus WhitleyQantas Airways has been sued by Australia’s competition watchdog for allegedly selling seats on thousands of cancelled flights, piling pressure on an airline already under lawmaker scrutiny for its treatment of customers and record profits.For more than 8,000 scrapped services between May and July 2022, Qantas kept selling tickets for an average of more than two weeks, and sometimes longer than a month, the Australian Competition & Consumer Commission said on Thursday as it started Federal Court proceedings against the...

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