Finnair announced Wednesday its flight traffic continues to be “seriously affected” by the ongoing strike by the Cabin Crew Union that began Nov. 30.
Finnair A340-300. Photo: By Rob Finlayson. Finnair announced Wednesday its flight traffic continues to be “seriously affected” by the ongoing strike by the Cabin Crew Union that began Nov. 30 (ATW Daily News, Dec. 3). Talks between the union and Finnair stalled Monday when the union rejected a compromise proposal from state labor mediator Esa Lonka, AFP reported. On Tuesday, other unions joined in the strike. Fuel delivery, catering, check-in services, ground handling, ...
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