The message, also signed by six unions, asks the payment to apply to all workers in the industry and run until domestic and international borders open.
The TWU’s statement is a significant sign Bain will also seal the support of employee creditors ahead of August’s crunch final vote.
The TWU’s National Secretary said, “The Qantas CEO is good at walking the halls of Canberra when it suits his agenda yet quick to hang workers out to dry.”
The union has also said members will travel to Canberra tomorrow ahead of a separate vote urging the scheme to be widened to excluded businesses.
The TWU and Virgin’s administrator have both rebuffed an apparent intervention by bondholders as Queensland is reported to have struck deals with both final bidders.