Good Morning, All
According to the BBC, Qantas are threatening to ground all of their flights within the next 15 hours or so. The company say 6pm on Sunday but that means AEST, not the time zone anywhere else in the world.
This sounds like shock tactics to me, presumably designed to prevent the latest threatened strike, The grounding may not go ahead.
However, if push comes to shove and people affected cannot find out in any other way, I discovered a few years ago that Heathrow Police are most helpful. In the 2006 bomb scare at Heathrow, Heathrow was closed and it was not clear where the flights would be sent to. My mother was on her way to the UK with Singapore Airlines. There was so much chaos that BAA took their Flight Information website off line - or all the stupid goddamned things to do.
I was unable to get hold of anyone who could tell me anything and since Mum was 85 and wheelchair bound, it was not funny. There was a rumour that the Singapore Airlines flight was going to Paris instead but that was a rumour. Singapore Airlines in Singapore told me that it was coming to Heathrow but the man there was more interested in the fact that it had left Singapore and admitted that he had not been told anything about problems at Heathrow.
Eventually I phoned Heathrow Police at 3am. They turned out to know about every single flight heading for Heathrow. They confirmed that the Singapore Airlines incoming flight was cleared to land at Heathrow and they confirmed its ETA and told me which pier it would be going onto. Everyone else was useless but Heathrow Police were brilliant, I found.