Spain - Workforce at Malaga airport asks for a decent profit share - May 31, 2017

A broad trade union front from UGT, CC.OO and USO unions released a joint statement warning that baggage handlers and other staff at the Malaga airport are prepared to organise a series of strikes should state airport manager Aena fail to discuss plans of staff cuts and a lack of pay rises with them. Several years of salary cuts and amendments to workers’ rights are, in the union view, unacceptable given the airport’s booming finances. According to official figures, Aena ended 2016 with a 1.16 billion euro net profit.

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