Friday, March 24, 2017

No deal between Adria pilots and management

NEWS FLASH


Adria Airways pilots and the company's management have failed to reach an agreement on the terms of a new collective agreement following two days of industrial action. As services return to normal, pilots will decide on further industrial action at the beginning of next week. Previously, it was announced that another two-day strike would take place on April 27 and 28 if no agreement is reached by then. The head of the pilot's union, Marjan Majcen, noted that some progress has been made in the distribution of working days and that fresh talks would take place next Wednesday. Terms of the previous collective agreement expired at the end of February and the union has accused the management of plans to scale back a range of rights and obligations. For its part, the management has refused to comment on the matter or reveal how much the two-day strike, which took place on Wednesday and Thursday, cost the carrier.

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