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The power dynamic between unions and airports and airlines has shifted in favor of labor and they’re acting.

4.38 MB8 July 2022

The ‘key’ workers ofthe pandemic need sustained recognition. The chaos at airports shows what happens otherwise.

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This summer aviation is in serious industrial problems, and that is a certainty by now. The ETF is supporting all industrial action of its aviation members this summer and expects there to be much more disruption and industrial action as the summer develops.

2.21 MB8 July 2022

First flight to Rwanda grounded after lawyers make successful emergency application

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As Jo scanned the floor of Frankfurt airport’s departure hall for the most comfortable place to spend the night last month, she felt the impact of the chaos gripping the aviation industry on a personal level.

4.81 MB8 July 2022

We regret to inform passengers of flight delays. For the next 18 months. That is the forecast, from the boss of London’s Heathrow airport, John Holland-Kaye, of how long it will take to recalibrate supply and demand for air travel.

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Ryanair has said it does not expect widespread disruption this summer, following a threat of industrial action by some staff in Spain.

426.97 KB8 July 2022

Black Wednesday for those traveling by plane. There is also the "lack of water and meals for the crew" among the claims that prompted Ryanair pilots and flight attendants to cross their arms and kick off in the "hot" summer of low cost airlines. Today, Wednesday 8 June, the giant's strike starts Irish low-cost flights together with Malta Air, and the CrewLink company that always gravitate in the orbit of Ryanair. But EasyJet and Volotea also stop at the same time. One was called for all companies 4-hour national strike, from 10 to 14.

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The campaign against British Airways' betrayal of Britain has stepped up a gear this week. Campaigners across the UK are alerting BA's corporate customers and partners about BA's plans to use the Covid-19 crisis to fire its entire workforce and rehire those that survive on totally new lesser contracts of employment.

3 MB8 July 2022

Michael O’Leary hits back at Grant Shapps’s claim that firms have oversold flights and holidays

1.09 MB8 July 2022

COVID-19 has hit air transport harder than most economics sectors. As international borders were closed, and domestic travel curtailed, passenger traffic plummeted by 60 per cent in 2020. Airlines suffered economic loss of $169 billion and thousands of workers lost their jobs.

8.6 MB8 July 2022

Negotiations from air traffic controllers with new management of the Polish Air Navigation Services Agency. "They can drag on until the end of April and not end with an agreement, "he says money.pl informer. Analysts and observers of the aviation market are returning attention to the very strong negotiating position of trade unions in the current one dispute. Thanks to this, they can win not only in the sphere of their implementation demands, but also financially.

1.04 MB8 July 2022

Air travel authorities in Poland are warning travellers of possible flight delays and cancellations at Warsaw's airport due to a protest and some flight controllers quitting their jobs

1.26 MB8 July 2022

Danish pension fund Akademiker Pension announced today that they had sold their shares in the London-listed low-cost carrier Wizz Air, after the company failed to convince them that it was taking meaningful actions to address ongoing concerns about how it treats its workers.

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Once united front between two groups dissolves as disruption drags on and losses mount

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