Malta - Cabin crew ends dispute - March 31, 2017

The industrial action by Air Malta cabin crew has been lifted, seven hours after the Union of Cabin Crew stunned management with the unilateral action. In a brief statement, the airline said that operations will return to normal with immediate effect. Cabin crew had embarked on the action in protest at what they said were breaches in the collective agreement. 

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