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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 Airport Strikes Will Not Affect Christmas Travel

Air Traffic Strike Postponed Over Festive Break Spanish air controllers have agreed to postpone any further strike action until after the Christmas period, enabling passengers looking to travel over the festive break to breathe a sigh of relief. Airlines are currently in the process of returning back to normal service after thousands of passengers were [...]

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No Going Underground

Londoners Told to Beat Strike Another 24 hour strike is upon the London Underground, the third in fact. Two transport unions are set to spearhead this new strike after job cuts totalling around 800 jobs. Thursday this week (04/11/2010) is set to be the day when the 24 hour strike commences. Boris Johnson, Mayor of [...]

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French Strikes Continue Into Seventh Day

Transport Still Disrupted As Pension Row Continues France will continue to see its public services disrupted as the strikes go into their seventh day. Over one million protesters are currently demonstrating in cities across France in the biggest challenge to economic reforms anywhere in Europe. The protests have already caused problems for visitors to the [...]

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