Aerolíneas Argentinas pilots announce strike action to demand salary increase

On the threshold of the winter holidays, the pilots’ union announced protests at Aerolíneas Argentinas that could directly affect already scheduled flights. The measures are scheduled to take place on July 12, to demand a wage increase in the sector.

In a statement posted on social media, APLA said it would go on strike to protest the lack of progress in the collective bargaining negotiations.

The decision has caused some concern among passengers, especially in view of the start of the winter holidays in Amba (some provinces are already on winter break).

The strike could lead to some Cancelled or rescheduled flights“The company has not resolved or proposed anything in the collective bargaining negotiations, causing a conflict just before the Winter Holidays,” APLA said.

APLA pilots

The cancellation of a meeting scheduled to discuss the Salary recomposition aggravated the conflict Given this situation, the union warned that if an agreement is not reached, the strike will continue through the first week of the winter holidays.

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