Iberia A340-600. By Rob Finlayson The Spanish government intervened last week to help resolve the increasingly bitter dispute between Iberia (IB) and its pilots, imposing a compulsory arbitration order on both parties (ATW Daily News, April 26). The government intervention means that strike action by members of the SEPLA Pilots union was immediately suspended. Earlier in the week, SEPLA, which represents 1,400 IB pilots, claimed the conflict between the two parties over the ...

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