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Iberia strike

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It will not affect the Immaculate Bridge or Christmas festivities, but in between, the TCP (Passenger Cabin Crew) of Iberia have announced new days of strike. Specifically, the next November 30, and that's it in December, 1, 2, 14, 15, 16, 17 and 18. Keep that in mind if you had scheduled, or thought about, a trip for those dates ...

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.

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