“CALLS FOR A HAPPY DANCE!” Fickle Qantas wearing uniform for first time since COVID went viral – Travel Weekly


Images of a Qantas flight attendant wearing her uniform for the first time since the start of the pandemic melt hearts on the internet.

Erin Camilleri, who is also an influencer, posted clips on TikTok and Instagram showing the happy moment.

“I have to put on my uniform today and go to work for the first time since March 2020 CALLS FOR A HAPPY DANCE YAY,” she captioned her TikTok video, which has over 250,000 views.

@erinlouisecamilleri I have to put on my uniform today and go to work for the first time since March 2020 😍 CALLS FOR A HAPPY DANCE YAY ♬ original sound – Yo

Camilleri was dismissed from his post with the national airline in March 2020, according to another post on his Instagram.

“I was living for my job (I still do) and had no choice but to take a break,” she told her audience of just over 42,000 people.

“Fast forward 18 months and I am so proud of everything I have accomplished and I am even more excited for what life has in store for me!” “

“IT’S SO CLOSE THAT I CAN FEEL IT!” she said.

“Guess it’s just me saying WOW OH WOW, I’m grateful for the life I’m living, and WOW OH WOW, can’t wait to continue sharing it with all of you.”

Last month, Qantas announced that it remove 2,500 other front-line workers on its network for at least two months in response to ongoing COVID-19 outbreaks.

The decision mainly affected domestic pilots, cabin crew and airport workers, mainly in New South Wales but also in other states. However, workers’ wages were only maintained until mid-August.

In June of last year, the national carrier announced a three-year plan accelerate recovery from the global pandemic, including reducing staff by at least 6,000 jobs across all areas of the business and eliminating 15,000 employees.

Qantas plans to resume 12 international lines from December 18 in accordance with the Plan of the National Cabinet gradually reopen international borders once Australia reaches an 80% vaccination rate.


Featured Image: TikTok / erinlouisecamilleri


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