Qantas seeks director pay rises

Airline's directors to ask shareholders for wage pool increase amid job loss fears.

Qantas Airways (QAN) will seek shareholder approval to increase the fee pool for its board of directors, despite the airline clashing with unions this week over reports that up to 300 jobs may be on the line at its Avalon maintenance facility.

The airline is seeking to increase the fee pool for its non-executive directors by $250,000 per year, bringing the total fee pool amount to $2.75 million.

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