Iberia said Monday that all of its 688 daily flights were operating normally following the weekend ATC wildcat strike. IB said it boosted staffing levels by 30% over the weekend to cope with the disruption. Photo: Iberia A340-600. Photo: By Rob Finlayson. The Spanish government said it may extend for up to two months its first “state of alarm” measure ordering controllers back to work for 15 days. The controllers launched a wildcat strike on Friday afternoon that resulted ...

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