Pilots from TAP Portugal and its associate Portugalia ended a 10-day strike May 10, in an ongoing dispute protesting the privatization process. “The strike started on May 1. It has been difficult and complex for us, but TAP had been able to deliver, in average, about 70% of the operations,” TAP spokesperson Isabel Palma told ATW. According to several reports, the industrial action is projected to cost TAP up to €70 million ($75.6 million). “Fortunately, many pilots ...

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