Air New Zealand said it will lock out Zeal320 flight attendants represented by the Engineering, Printing and Manufacturing Union, who voted to strike for four days beginning May 7 (ATWOnline, April 24). "Air New Zealand will not be held to ransom by a union who is not interested in coming back to the mediation table and working out a deal," GM-Short Haul Airlines Bruce Parton said. The carrier said it has around 100 trained employees ready to work on Zeal320's transtrasman and Pacific ...

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