Denmark - A squabble over union membership at Copenhagen Airport - September 30, 2019

Baggage handlers at Copenhagen refused to work on Wednesday, resulting in some passengers experiencing delays. The action was conducted by employees of the SAS Ground Handling (SGH) company, which serves airlines including SAS, Danish Air Transport, Eurowings, Icelandair, Qatar Airways and Thai Airways. The refusal to work has been deemed by the Danish industrial dispute court Arbejdsretten as being in breach of the collective bargaining agreement between 3F, the union representing the staff, and Copenhagen Airport.

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