Air Berlin reaches agreement with cabin crew union

Air Berlin reaches agreement with cabin crew union
 

Air Berlin (AB1.DE) has reached an agreement on pay and conditions for its cabin crew, helping it as it embarks on a drastic restructuring, it said on Saturday.
The loss-making German airline this week announced sweeping changes to the company including leasing 40 planes to Lufthansa (LHAG.DE), putting its popular tourist flights into a separate unit, and cutting around 1,200 administrative jobs.
The deal with trade union Verdi brings the 2,600 cabin crew staff represented by the union, some of whom came from other organisations with their own wage deals, under a single umbrella agreement... read more

 
1 October 2016 in Business, Views: 54
Source: Reuters
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