Santiago-based LATAM Airlines Group management has reportedly offered a last-minute concession to the cabin crew union of its subsidiary LAN Express, in an effort to stave off a strike action called by the union for Tuesday April 10. The Santiago Times said April 9 that LATAM issued a statement saying the airline group “has relaxed its proposal before the negotiating table, accessing the main requirement of the union, which is the work shift system. Although the law in Chile allows ...

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