Iberia board of directors was expected yesterday to approve its Director Plan 2006-08, which seeks to cut costs by €600 million ($733 million) over the three-year period. Meanwhile Iberia's pilots are considering strike actions owing to growing tensions between MD Angel Mullor and the head of the Sepla pilot union, Bernardo Obrador. In letters obtained by El Pais, Mullor accused Obrador of making the dialog required for the airline to meet immediate challenges impossible, while the ...

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