The second step in the restructuring of Malev Hungarian Airlines is now unfolding, with the airline’s board of directors vacating existing collective bargaining agreements and seeking new labor terms. The move comes just weeks after the Hungarian government renationalized the flag carrier. The board decision, formalized on March 31, triggers the four-month notice period. All five unions with which the airline holds collective labor agreements have been notified of the proposed changes. ...
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