Both Filt CGIL and Uiltrasporti confirm that a 4-hour strike was called on Sunday, from 2 to 6 p.m., by pilots and flight attendants for airlines Ryanair, Malta Air and CrewLink. “We hope to get specific answers as soon as possible to ensure decent working conditions for workers, so that we can avoid further inconvenience to passengers in this summer period,” the unions confirmed in a statement, stating that workers “demand contractual terms and wages in line with the contract. National air transportation as well as water and food for the crew, often unable to get off the plane even for 14 consecutive hours and canceling wage cuts introduced to meet the current no. longer crisis period.”
Other low-cost airlines such as EasyJet and Volutia also called for packing, which was originally scheduled for a full day but then reduced the guarantor to 4 hours (from 14 to 18). The weekend is also at high risk for those planning to fly: On the agenda is also a layover announced by ENAV that will see flight controllers cross their arms, again from 2-6pm.
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