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No strike at Norwegian

Agreement reached in time to avoid airline staff industrial action


Cabin staff won't picket the planes (Photo: Scanpix)

May 19, 2014
13:42

by Philip Tees


Staff at the airline Norwegian will not strike following an agreement between the company and the trade union Parat, the business newspaper Børsen reports.

The head of Parat, Hans-Erik Skæggerud, told the TDN Finans news bureau that he was satisfied with the result.

Can look to the future
“We have reached an agreement that gives a common superstructure for Norway and Denmark, and that gives us more or less the same agreement we have had for the past four years,” he told TDN Finans.

READ MORE: Norwegian strike would paralyse airline

The head of Norwegian, Bjørn Kjos, also expressed his satisfaction with the deal.

“Thinking of everyone affected – all of our passengers, all of our employees and the company – it’s pleasing that we have reached an agreement and that we can look to the future,” he said in a press release.



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