No strike at Norwegian

Agreement reached in time to avoid airline staff industrial action

May 19th, 2014 1:42 pm| by admin
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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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