Airport baggage handlers on strike in Copenhagen
Baggage handlers of Scandinavian Airlines, or SAS, in Denmark's Kastrup Airport in the capital city of Copenhagen went on a strike Thursday, forcing SAS aircraft to be grounded, sources with the airport said.
The airport said in a statement on its website that all aircraft handled by SAS are affected by the work stoppage.
It however did not disclose how many aircraft were affected.
Belgium Air traffic strike
Tonight between 18:00 and 20:00 the Belgium air space will be closed due to a strike by Belgium Air traffic controllers.
Update: Thursday morning between 2h en 4h local there was a second strike.
Sunday June 28 a 24hr railway strike will start at 22:00h
Airlines warn of disruptions to French flights
A strike by air traffic controllers could snarl plans for air travelers flying to or through France this week.
Air France and Delta are among carriers that have waived rebooking fees — with restrictions.
That comes as the AFP news agency writes "France braced for travel chaos" this week as the strike threat began.
Controllers have called for a six-day strike with disruptions to begin Tuesday. Ahead of that, France's civil aviation agency on Monday urged airlines pare flights schedules by up to 20% in Paris and in other key destinations.
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UPDATE: STRIKE IS CALLED OFF
LAN and TAM Airline Workers to Take Strike and Support Action
This week, the aviation unions of the ITF (International Transport Workers' Federation) Network of LATAM Unions in Chile, Argentina, Ecuador, Peru and Colombia will be taking action to support the mechanics of LAN Peru and the flight attendants of LAN Argentina. The workers will inform passengers in the airport about the actions.
British Airways cabin crew 'ready to strike' over pay claim
British Airways is facing the threat of renewed strikes after cabin crew said they were prepared to take industrial action after their pay claims were rebuffed.
In a consultative ballot last week among members of the mixed fleet, 95% of crew who voted said they would go on strike.
PIA pilots threaten to go on strike
Pilots working for the Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) have announced to stop flying if the airline’s management continues to implement unfair and unjust taxation policy on their salaries.
In a statement on Monday, Pakistan Airlines Pilots Association (PALPA) blamed the management for this action.
They said the national airline has been in the doldrums due to management, administrative and financial issues.
Ghana airport workers plan strike to cripple operations at Kotoka Airport
The indecision of President John Dramani Mahama in replacing the “over-aged” Director-General (D-G) of the Ghana Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA), Air Cdr. Kwame Mamphey (Rtd), is likely to be one of the main reasons for the impending strike by the Ghana Air Traffic Controllers.
The association also cites the bad safety culture in Ghana Civil Aviation regarding certification of Aerodromes, ATS facilities, Aviation Security and Aviation Meteorology, as well as inability to attain the FAA category one status among others, as the shortcomings of their Director General; and want him replaced.
LATAM Airlines workers in Peru to strike during World Cup
LATAM Airlines maintenance workers in Peru will go on strike on June 26 and 27, high-traffic dates because of the World Cup in neighbouring Brazil, to press for higher wages, a union leader said on Thursday.
Rio airport workers strike ahead of World Cup
Airport workers' strike will begin at midnight on Wednesday, as the World Cup's opening match is about to kick off.
Ground staff at Rio de Janeiro's airports plan to stage a 24-hour partial strike on Thursday, the day Brazil hosts the opening match of the football World Cup.
The workers vowed to maintain 80 percent service but the strike will raise fears of delays as thousands of football fans descend on the city around the opening match in Sao Paulo and the first game in Rio on Sunday.
The walkout, which takes effect from midnight on Wednesday, will affect Rio's Galeao international airport, and the Santos Dumon airport, which provides domestic services to Sao Paulo.