Air Malta is to split off ground-handling operations from flying activities, as part of efforts to improve its financial position. Ground-handling staff, numbering more than 450, will form a new, state-owned company. The Maltese government and the island’s General Workers Union signed an agreement for the new arrangement earlier this week. Among staff affected will be those in ground-handling service operations, ground equipment maintenance and cargo operations. Maltese media ...

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