Air France's ground staff stationed in Nice went back to work yesterday after 20 days on strike. Air France calculated that in the two first weeks of the labor action, it lost 50,000 passengers. While the staff vote was unanimous, several unions rejected the agreement proposed by the management and called for "further actions to come." The strike aimed to show the union's opposition to subcontracting cabin cleaning and part of baggage handling. In the end, Air France pledged to ...
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