Pluna CRJ900. Courtesy, Bombardier Uruguay's government-owned Pluna Lineas Aereas Uruguayas (PU) will temporarily halt all operations, beginning at 9:20 p.m. local time (Montevideo) July 3 after its OFP workers’ union declared its intention to strike. The airline said operations will be suspended until July 6 at noon (local time). OFP plans strike through July 12. Troubles began mounting for the carrier when the government negotiated June 15 as the exit of its ...

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