Finland -Aviation ground services provider Aviator to lay off 100 workers -February 23, 2015

Aviator, which provides passenger and baggage handling services to airlines, has announced it will be laying off 100 employees. The job cuts follow news that Aviator’s largest client, low-cost airline Norwegian, will be switching to services provider Airpro at Helsinki-Vantaa airport.

Aviation services company Aviator, which provides passenger and baggage handling services to airlines, has announced it will be laying off 100 employees. The job cuts follow news that Aviator’s largest client, low-cost airline Norwegian, will be switching to services provider Airpro at Helsinki-Vantaa airport. Aviator currently employs 370 workers in Finland. Aviation Services Union IAU has reacted with great concern, pointing out that Airpro’s collective agreement is far inferior to the one applied by Aviator.

English: http://yle.fi/uutiset/aviation_services_company_to_slash_100_jobs_at_helsinki_airport ...  

 

 

 

 

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