Between 16 and 20 flights could be affected tomorrow at the Bilbao airport on the third day of the intermittent strike of the Aena and Enaire workers at the airport facilities at the Loiu terminal.
An information provided to EFE by sources of the strike committee of workers of public companies that manage Spanish airports, which has made this estimate based on the minimum services decreed by the Ministry of Public Works, on which it depends.
The strike, which tomorrow will be 24 hours, is called by the trade unions CC.OO, ELA, LAB and USO to demand an increase in the workforce to face the increase in the workload derived from the growth of passengers that has experienced this terminal in the last two years.
The morning will be the second day of strikes of the 16 convened intermittently throughout the months of July, August and September, since the last day 7 was suspended as a gesture of good will negotiating the representatives of the 169 workers involved in this labor mobilization.
The call has remained after failing the negotiating meeting held with the address of the Bilbao airport last Wednesday, July 10.
The first day of the strike, carried out on July 1, caused the cancellation of twenty flights, and for tomorrow it was expected that the strike would entail the suspension of 15 of the 140 flights scheduled for Sunday.
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