Published on : Sunday, March 9, 2014
Iberia has reached agreements in principle with its pilots and cabin crew unions to introduce permanent structural change and fundamentally improve the airline’s productivity. Salaries will remain frozen until 2015 and after that date, increases will be subject to the airline’s profitability. Productivity measures include an increase in the number of duty days and flight hours per year. These agreements are subject to the approval of the unions’ assemblies.
This summer Vueling will start flying new domestic routes from Rome and Florence. The airline will operate between Rome and Lamezia, Brindisi, Bari as well as Catania. Services will also be launched from Florence to Bari and Catania. In addition, Vueling has announced that two new routes will be added to its schedule, Barcelona-Tunis and Amsterdam-Santiago de Compostela.
Source:- International Airlines Group (IAG)