The threat of a potentially lengthy strike hung over Iceland’s national airline, Icelandair, on Friday after the company’s mechanics announced plans for industrial action. The Icelandic Aircraft Mechanics Association (FVFI) said it would strike for 24 hours June 16, followed by an indefinite strike June 19. The mechanics are seeking higher salaries. Icelandair has been seeking to settle a series of negotiations with various sectors of its workforce and has recently negotiated a ...

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