Iceland - Labour dispute air traffic control continues - May 31, 2016

Last month we already reported about an ongoing dispute between air traffic controllers and the airport management at Keflavík International Airport. Air traffic controllers have been on a work-to-rule strike since 6 April, mean they work only their standard hours with no overtime allowed. All Icelandair flights to Europe and North America are suffering delays, due to a collective bargaining disagreement over pay and working conditions between the Icelandic Air Traffic Controllers Association (FÍF) and airport management.

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