Iceland - Airline engineers’ strike over - December 31, 2017

Engineers from the Icelandair airline ended their strike. For six months the airline engineers have been negotiating with their management to demand a 20% pay increase. The strike resulted in a tentative agreement. Both parties had to make concessions, and now they have a contract until the end of 2019. The strike has led to some delayed flights, but now flight schedules will return back to normal.

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