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Iberia reaches agreement with trade unions

IAG STATEMENT ON IBERIA
International Airlines Group announces that Iberia and its trade unions have today reached an agreement on collective redundancies for pilots and ground staff. This could lead to a reduction of up to 1,427 jobs at the airline.
The agreement enables Iberia to continue with its transformation plan to introduce permanent structural changes across the airline and to facilitate profitable growth in the future.
Iberia’s cabin crew staff will not be affected by this process.

 

24 July 2014

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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