Malta - Ground handlers and Air Malta agree on wages - December 31, 2017

Trade union GWU could come to an agreement with Air Malta for the workforce at the ground handling services. The agreement was the third to be concluded by the airline with different unions, having previously closed deals with engineers and cabin crew. The agreement reached with the GWU that leads to pay increases will see 450 ground handlers being hived off in a new state-owned company, named Air Malta Aviation Services, with the same conditions. The company will be created in 2018 and will include check-in desk workers from the airport’s departure lounge. It will service Air Malta, but also seek new business.

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