Airlines are cancelling flights that aren’t full | 7NEWS

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There are calls for travellers to be better compensated amid ongoing disruptions at airports across the country. It follows months of cancelled and delayed flights, stranded passengers and issues with lost baggage. Yesterday alone, 21 flights were scrapped in Sydney across the Qantas, Virgin Australia, Jetstar and Rex networks. A number of flights were also cancelled in Melbourne. It comes as Qantas confirms further reduced services throughout August. Margy Osmond from the Tourism and Transport Forum, joins Sunrise Live.

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