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Italy: air strike today November 24th

A 24 hour mobilization confirmed in the airport sector

Today is a 24-hour national strike in the air transport sector. Arms folded from 00:01 to 11:59pm for employees of companies that offer airport handling services; for ground staff of air carriers; for all employees in the aviation, airport and related sectors. Finally, the Assistance and Security staff of the Aeroporti di Roma (AdR) company operating in Fiumicino abstain from work for four hours (10am-2pm).

The mobilization was called by the unions Federation of Italian airport workers (Flai), Basic trade union union (USB), Basic unitary confederation (CUB). Disruptions expected with delayed and canceled flights. As always, urgent air connections and those in the guaranteed time slots will be guaranteed.

"For over six years, workers in the sector have been waiting for the renewal of the Handlers Ccnl. Despite the push given by the workers in nine strikes, the confederal acronyms that sit at the tables are still hostage to the employers' association and are unable to obtain acceptable renewal conditions , also taking into account inflation and the cost of living. USB is asking for an increase of 300 Euros per month; a one-off payment for contractual holidays; the canteen ticket at least eight Euros; the return to 37 and a half hours per week, sustainable shifts, compliance with conditions of efficiency of vehicles, for the health and safety of employees", explain the USB union.

The National Civil Aviation Authority (Enac) reminds you that during the strike, flights will be guaranteed during the protection time slots from 7:00am to 10:00am and from 6:00pm to 9:00pm on Friday 24 November 2023 Furthermore, all flights to and from the islands (including charter flights) are insured with a single daily frequency with the exclusion of continental traffic, as well as state, military and emergency flights.

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AVIONEWS - World Aeronautical Press Agency