German carrier Lufthansa has made the Vereinigung Cockpit pilots’ union (VC) a new offer to resolve the present industrial dispute.
The company is now offering a two-step 4.4 per cent increase in remuneration plus a one-off
Lufthansa's pilots walked out on another strike today, forcing the carrier to cancel a further 890 flights, said a report.
The ongoing labour dispute, which has left thousand's of passengers stranded, has cost the carrier
Lufthansa's pilots have launched a two-day strike following an ongoing wage dispute, forcing the carrier to cancel close to 900 flights on Wednesday alone, said a report.
The pilot's union had initially called for a 24-hou
Lufthansa has announced that 876 out of a total of 3,000 flights have been cancelled on Wednesday (November 23) after its pilots’ union Vereinigung Cockpit called for a 24-hour strike, starting tomorrow.
The cancellations ar
The cabin crew of Eurowings, a subsidiary of German airline Lufthansa, are taking part in a 24 hour strike, which has pushed for hundreds of flights to be cancelled, said a report.
Some 400 flights have been cancelled on Thursday,
Hyundai Motor's South Korean labor union staged its first full nationwide strike in 12 years on Monday over wages, putting the automaker's earnings and sales targets at risk.
The full-day walkout came after a series of par
More than a million Indian workers in banking, telecoms and other sectors will go on strike on Friday, seeking higher wages and to protest against Prime Minister Narendra Modi's labour reforms and a plan to close some loss-making firms.
Train managers on the line linking Britain to continental Europe will strike for seven days in August, part of a dispute over working too many unsocial hours, but only one or two trains will need cancelling, service operator Eurostar said.
Guards protesting over pay shut the eastern Libyan oil terminal of Hariga, delaying two shipments of crude, a port official said.
A unit of Libya's Petroleum Facilities Guard (PFG) took the action because t
As many as seven of Royal Dutch Shell's North Sea platforms could be hit by the first strike action in the basin in 10 years after Wood Group employees working on the facilities voted on Wednesday in favour of industrial action.