Latam subsidiary LAN employee union announces strike
SANTIAGO (Reuters) - Latam Airlines' LAN Express Cabin Crew Syndicate confirmed on Monday an indefinite strike starting on Tuesday after ...
SANTIAGO (Reuters) - Latam Airlines' LAN Express Cabin Crew Union confirmed an indefinite strike on Tuesday after failing a government mediation to approve a new employment contract. company.The union, which includes nearly 1,000 airline employees, said the force measure would affect all flights in Chile, as well as international connections from Latam, the region's largest airline."After the last meeting with the company, she not only did not submit any new proposals but was unwilling to extend mediation to continue negotiating," the union said.The strike begins at 12:00 am on Tuesday, Brasília time.In response, the company canceled 623 flights by April 16 and said the strike will initially affect about 90,000 passengers.In addition, he stressed that the conditions of the unit's crew "are the best in the industry in Chile and their remuneration exceeds the industry average by 30 percent."The Santiago-based group has operati...
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