Iberia (IB) pilots, represented by the Sepla union, announced they intend to strike for 30 days to protest the Spanish airline’s new low-cost airline, Iberia Express (I2), which launched operations March 25 (ATW Daily News, March 26). Pilots will walk out every Monday and Friday between April 9 and July 20, Sepla said. The pilot union has already held 12 days of strikes since December and called off a further 24 days of planned industrial action after agreeing to talks organized ...

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