'I want to go home and celebrate New Year's Eve': Qantas outrages passengers flying to Sydney left STRANDED in Dubai for 20 hours after plane breaks down

Hundreds of frustrated Qantas passengers will spend New Year’s Eve stranded in Dubai while a 20-hour delay to their flight to Sydney continues. Engineers in Dubai continue to work on the A380 aircraft as Qantas customers put up in hotels wait to learn when …
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