Iberia canceled all flights to and from Barcelona International on Friday and Saturday morning after some 2,000 ground workers blocked one of the airport's three runways. The action reportedly was in protest of the airline's loss of a ground-handling license at BCN. It still holds 21 of 27 licenses at the airport, according to AFX News, but earlier last week AENA awarded a concession to a Spanish construction and services company and to subsidiaries of Spanair and Air Europa. IB suffered a ...

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