Norwegian Air Shuttle and its cabin attendants’ union reached a new collective agreement this weekend, canceling a strike threat. The Parat trade union had threatened to strike to protest the airline’s plans to close three of its four crew bases in Norway and transfer its Copenhagen cabin crew to an agency. The union said most of its demands had been met, including a common collective agreement structure for staff in both Norway and Denmark. In addition, Parat said none of the ...

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