Easyjet pilots’ strike causes twelve canceled flights this Sunday

The easyJet pilots’ strike in Spain, which began its second period of three days of strikes of 72 hours each on Friday, has caused twelve cancellations this Sunday, eight at Palma airport, two at Malaga and two at of Barcelona, ​​as reported by the Spanish Union of Airline Pilots (Sepla).

These cancellations have occurred between 00:00 and 21:00 this Sunday andn international flights to and from Belfast and Birmingham (both in the UK), Milan (Italy) and Geneva (Switzerland). The union also stresses that the follow-up of the strike is, at this time, 100%, with “maximum respect” for the minimum services decreed.

The ten cancellations of this Sunday are added to the 10 registered this Saturday, the 16 of last Friday and the 36 of the first stoppage period –on August 12, 13 and 14–, so the total number of cancellations registered since the start of the strike called by the Trade Union Section of Sepla in easyJet amounts to 74.

The pilots of this British airline They demand to recover the wages from before the pandemic, once the company already operates with flight occupancy levels similar to those before Covid-19. In addition, they protest because, after six months of negotiating the second collective agreement, the company has rejected all three proposals that the union has presented for the recovery of working conditions and they have not had any contact for two weeks. After the first period of strikes, stoppages are being registered from yesterday, Friday, until today, Sunday. Among Saturday 27 and Monday 29 AugustEasyJet pilots are also called to strike.

Source: LA INFORMACIÓN – Lo último by www.lainformacion.com.

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