Croatia -Warning strike at Croatia Airlines -March 9, 2012

A daylong strike by three trade unions active in Croatia Airlines, which started at 6am on Thursday 8 March, forced the national carrier to cancel 51% of flights, according to a company spokesperson. Aircrafts were flying according to a special schedule. The management had refused to accept the trade unions demands during talks on a new collective agreement, even though the unions had presented minimum demands to keep upright the existing agreements that expire 31 March 2012.



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