Portugal -Air traffic control strike called off -June 27, 2012

A strike announced by Air traffic control workers on Friday and Saturday, 29-30 June, has been called off. Pilots at TAP are planning to take their own industrial action in July and August in a dispute over pay. They also want to be consulted over the airline's impending privatisation which could lead to the sale of TAP to another major airline such as British Airways' owner IAG.

English: http://www.abtn.co.uk/news/2817527-portugal-air-traffic-control-strike-called

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