24.06.2015

Striking Air Madagascar workers vow to push on with action

air madagascar.jpgStriking Air Madagascar workers vow to push on with action

A strike by some workers at Air Madagascar that has grounded most of the state-owned carrier's fleet neared one week, with union officials saying it would continue until the airline addresses their demands.

Last Thursday, strike leader Rado Rabarilala said the action was mostly over what he called poor governance and mismanagement at the airline, which serves 14 cities on the island and 13 foreign destinations.

 
 

"The strike will continue until we get something concrete," Rabarilala told reporters late on Tuesday.

 

Haja Raelison, the airline's chief executive, said if the strike continued, the airline would be unable to pay its bills.

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