Air Transport World

Aer Lingus. (Europe report).(Protest strike by airlines' pilot union)(International Pages)(Brief Article)

Aer Lingus was shut down fur five days at an estimated cost of [euro]2 million ($1.8 million) per day owing to a dispute with its pilots over new crew rostering rules that the airline imposed as part of its Survival Plan. The action started May 30 with a one-day protest strike by the IMPACT pilot union. …

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