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More trouble in little Luxembourg. Three days of negotiation between Cargolux’s management and its unions has led to a refusal by the former to discuss the scope clause.  The airline revealed that it was generating an operating profit but – in the words of the unions, anyway – the management’s decision is “unfortunate”. It added: “To simply dismiss $42 million in potential savings, a number that comes close to the initial company claim, can lead one to believe management is not being completely transparent with their true plans and intentions.” It also notes that Cargolux’s plan to implement lower pay for new employees creates “second-class citizens” at the airline. Expect more tension next year.

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