Slovenia - Strikes by Adria pilots - September 30, 2019

The union representing Adria Airways’ pilots has announced a series of strikes after it failed to reach an agreement over their new collective agreement with the company’s management. The existing collective agreement expired on 1 September. "As a union, given the current circumstances, we are left with no other option then to go on strike and make it clear to the management that we are no longer able to do our jobs under existing working conditions”, the union noted.. Pilots claim that rights within their existing contracts are regularly breached. Crew duty times have been significantly extended, while there have also been complaints of more out-of-base operations.

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