Two more Spain air transport strike dates

Spanish air traffic controllers union continues protest
Two further dates in the coming weeks have been announced for strikes by Spanish air traffic controllers. They are protesting against sanctions placed against 61 employees by airport operator Aena, for an earlier strike in 2010.
The air traffic controllers will be absent on September 26 and October 3, between 06:00 and 18:00 CET, the union USCA said in a statement.
Previously the union suspended planned strikes in August, one of Spanish tourism’s busiest months, but partial strikes were held on four days in June and July.
Reuters

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