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Aer Lingus strikes called off

Industrial action by airline pilots has been called off after talks overnight at the Labour Relations Commission in Dublin. Thousands of customers had already altered their travel plans to avoid the walk-outs. The airline said in a statement: “Following extensive engagement between Aer Lingus and pilot trade union IALPA-IMPACT over the weekend, Aer Lingus has [...]

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BA Employees Vote to Strike

British Airways cabin crew have voted by eight to one in favour of fresh strikes in the latest round of the long-running battle with the airline. The vote means a strike could take place as early as April 4 and could be in place for Easter. However, the union has not set any dates for [...]

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Spanish Strikes Called Off

The threat of massive summer flight disruption for 22 days from Easter has been averted as Spanish airport workers officially called off strike action. The walk-outs over concerns about the part-privatisation of national airport operator Aena had previously been suspended after unions secured guarantees over job security and conditions and talks continuned. The industrial action [...]

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Spanish strikes set to be called off

The threat of strikes disrupting Easter holiday flights to and from Spain appears to be over after airport authority AENA and Spanish unions agreed a preliminary deal. The airport workers’ unions and AENA have agreed to further meetings to thrash out a detailed agreement, but both sides have pledged to talk until they resolve the [...]

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