International Airlines Group (IAG) is pushing ahead with a planned restructuring of its Iberia subsidiary after the Spanish carrier’s unions rejected a last-minute offer to trim proposed staff and capacity cuts. “We’re disappointed that no agreement has been reached. Iberia is ready and willing to negotiate with the trade unions. We are determined and united to implement the necessary changes to secure the future survival and viability of Iberia,” IAG CEO Willie Walsh said following a ...
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