Just yesterday, 800 Iberia flights and more than 7 passengers were affected by the unemployment day. As it could not be less, there is disparity in the monitoring figures of the same, because while the unions speak of a 98.8% support of the more than 500 employees summoned, Iberia speaks of 8.5% and only 34 crew members with arms crossed. Then go 34 more important jobs, I think, leaving almost a thousand flights on the ground.
The obstacle to closing negotiations and calling off strikes is, of course, the vile metal. The TCP's ask the company for a salary increase of 4.13%, well above the CPI, since their salaries have been frozen since 2005. According to the news of El mundo, the salary of a cabin crew oscillates, among the 6 euros per year for people with 30 years in the company about 18,000 for newcomers, of which they correspond to diets (displacements, for example) 50% in the cases of lower income. For those who charge less in other jobs, comparisons, as always, are odious.