Alitalia pilots set for 24-hour strike
Alitalia pilots and flight attendants will stage a one-day strike from midnight on Thursday after the flagship airline refused to sign an agreement promising to maintain staff levels.
Alitalia flights to and from airports across Italy, apart from Venice and Bologna, will be affected,
Air Traffic Controllers in Romania To Go on 2-Hour Strike Wednesday Noon
Air traffic controllers in Romania plan to hold a two-hour warning strike on Wednesday.
The strike will be held between 11:00 and 13:00 on Wednesday.
Talks between theair traffic controllers’ union and the management of Romania’s Air Traffic Services Administration (ROMATSA) on a new collective labor agreement collapsed on Monday, according to local news portal ziare.com.
Indonesian volcano ash closes 5 airports
Czech Airlines flight attendants voting on strike
Flight attendants at Czech Airlines (ČSA) have started to vote on calling of strike for raising wages after their February cut, flight crew trade union (OOPL) leader Petra Posová told the Czech News Agency.
More strikes loom at Lufthansa after talks with pilots fail
Talks between Lufthansa and pilots' union Vereinigung Cockpit about taking a pay dispute to mediation have failed, raising the prospect of strikes at the height of the summer travel season, the union said on Monday.
Lufthansa and its pilots have been trying to agree a mediation process to end a long-running pay dispute, which has already caused more than a dozen pilot strikes since April 2014.The VC union said Lufthansa had not wanted to discuss all disputed topics and that an agreement to hold off on strikes until the end of July was no longer valid.
"A new escalation of the dispute has therefore become more likely," the union said in a statement.
Summer holiday plans could be ruined by easyJet cabin crew strike
Danish unions: Ryanair strike from July 18
The Danish unions have now formally announced their intent to initiate a strike against Ryanair starting July 18, following yesterday's ruling from the Danish Labour Court allowing them to take 'industrial action' against the airline.
Update july 8: Swedish unions have announced plans to join a Danish strike against Ryanair which could see the budget airline pull out of Scandinavia's biggest airport.
Update July 10: Ryanair shuts Copenhagen base to avoid strike
Irish low-cost carrier Ryanair on Friday announced the closure of a recently opened base in Copenhagen to avoid a strike by Danish unions, but said it would continue to fly from the airport.
Spanish Air Traffic Controllers Announce More Strike Action To Affect Flights On Two Weekends In July
New French ATC strike action looms
A two-day strike from French air traffic control (ATC) staff over working conditions is set to begin on Thursday (July 2). The strikes, the second this year in France following action in April, could lead to thousands of flight disruptions and cancellations across the country.
UPDATE: French air traffic controllers call off strike.
Relief for air passengers on Wednesday as French air traffic controllers called off a planned two-day strike that was set to cause travel chaos across Europe on Thursday and Friday.
Public sector strikes to affect Melbourne airport.
Victorians should expect disruptions to government services including Medicare, Centrelink and the state's international airport when public sector workers walk off the job for four hours.
Government agencies taking part in the strike include Agriculture, Customs and Immigration, Education, Employment, Environment, Human Services, Veterans' Affairs, Australian Tax Office and the Bureau of Meteorology, among others.
Paraguayan Government Threatens to Declare Illegal an Airport Strike
Paraguayan Government threatened today to declare illegal the airport strike planned for tomorrow and said that the law can be used to make massive layoffs.
The official position was announced by the Ministry of Labour after the negotiations failure with the sector unions. In the negotiations participated the administration of the main international airport, located in this capital.
Striking 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.
Ben Gurion baggage handlers disrupt flights
Flights are being disrupted at Ben Gurion Airport: baggage is not being loaded or unloaded.
The reason, according to the Israel Airports Authority workers committee, lies in a temporary shortage of manpower, and not in any labor sanctions.
"Unfortunately, the management did not get ready in advance to take on more manpower before the rise in passenger numbers in the summer months. We call on the management to solve the manpower shortage problem immediately and prevent passengers being harmed," the committee said.
French air traffic controllers call for strike
Air traffic controllers announced on Tuesday that they will hold a two-day strike early next month to protest their wages.
Just as striking French sailors caused cross-Channel travel chaos around Calais, unions representing the country's air traffic controllers have called for a strike on July 2nd and 3rd.
Lufthansa Faces Summer of Strikes by Cabin Crew
Lufthansa Airlines faces as many as two and a half months of strikes by its flight attendants after management and the cabin crew union failed to reach a settlement over pay and retirement benefits. The union has set a deadline of June 30 to reach a pact before limited strike action begins on July 1.
Aberdeen Airport staff vote for strike action in run up to summer holidays
Aberdeen International Airport is thought to be facing disruption early next week after staff members voted on strike action over a pay dispute. Thirty-two employees could stage a 24-hour walkout from 4am on Monday, while June 22, June 29, and July 6 have also been earmarked for possible “no shows”. The strike action involves security officers, electricians and firefighters who were balloted by the Unite union.
They have also been encouraged to take part in take part in shorter bursts of strike action, withholding their labour for the first two hours of their shifts.
The airport has advised passengers to check its website for updates.
UPDATE June 12: Strike planned for Aberdeen International Airport (AIA) early next week has been called off.