Brazil's National Union of Aeronauts (SNA) Sunday agreed by 70.11% of the 5,834 votes to accept the airlines' offer and lift the two-hour daily strike that had been going on for about a week, but which had been lifted temporarily for Christmas weekend and was to resume Monday. Meanwhile, 28.8% of the SNA members rejected the proposal and abstentions reached 1.09%.
Brazil's National Union of Aeronauts (SNA) workers Thursday voted against a new proposal and thus their strike went into its fifth consecutive day, affecting airline operations at the country's largest air terminals.
After the daily strike between 6 am and 8 am called for by Brazil's National Union of Aeronauts (SNA), 25 delays (14 takeoffs and 11 landings) were reported Monday at Brasilia's Juscelino Kubitschek International Airport.
Brazil's National Union of Aeronauts (SNA) announced that the strike planned for Monday at the main airports nationwide by pilots and flight attendants was still on after they rejected a proposal from the Superior Labor Court (TST).
Brazilian airline pilots and flight attendants have announced a large-scale indefinite strike for next Monday which will paralyze for 2 hours the country's major carriers and their operations at the main air terminals, the National Union of Aeronauts (SNA) announced.
A campaign has been launched for military personnel called in to cover a rash of UK strikes to get a daily bonus for their efforts. It comes after it was confirmed 750 military personnel are sent to be deployed to cover ambulance strikes as UK prepares to be hit by a wave of industrial action in the coming weeks.
LATAM airlines domestic pilots are threatening with industrial action unless their pre-pandemic contract conditions are re-established. The fifty air professionals this week announced an non-yielding position since as happened with other Latam unions and officials, they are intent in recovering pre-pandemic benefits.
Paraguayan lorry drivers have vowed to ease down their road-blocking measures after they were promised a reduction in the price of fuel.
Uruguay is going through a 24-hour strike called by the labour union Pit-Cnt to demand better wages and working conditions, to defend national development and state-run companies and, most importantly, to say “yes” to the repeal through a referendum 135 articles of the Law of Urgent Consideration (LUC).
Argentine intercity bus drivers have gone on a 72-hour nationwide strike from Friday through Monday to demand better wages and labour conditions as well as overdue salaries.