Three unions representing Spanish airport workers on Tuesday confirmed plans to call a series of strikes over the next several months on key travel dates, including the Easter holiday weekend, to protest government plans to privatize airport operator AENA, which they fear could lead to lay-offs and the closure of smaller airports. The Spanish government in December announced it intends to sell off 49% of AENA as part of measures to reduce the public deficit. Under the government plan, ...

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