In a backlash against continued industrial action by its pilots, Iberia (IB) is planning to cut its pilot payroll costs by 20%.
Iberia A321. By Rob Finlayson In a backlash against continued industrial action by its pilots, Iberia (IB) is planning to cut its pilot payroll costs by 20%. IB said the cost-cutting measures will apply exclusively to pilots because they are the only employee group that has failed to agree a new union contract after more than two-and-a-half years of negotiations (ATW Daily News, April 10). Ground staff and cabin crews have already reached agreements. The unit cost cuts will ...
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