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Iberia goes on strike 10 -- 16 July

Iberia goes on strike 10 -- 16 July

Old Jul 6th 2006, 9:46 pm
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carlosac
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Iberia flights will be affected by strike of pilots from 10 to 16 of
July. Information about cancelled flights on www.iberia.com
 
Old Jul 6th 2006, 10:12 pm
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The Singing Nun
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[email protected] wrote:
    > Iberia flights will be affected by strike of pilots from 10 to 16 of
    > July. Information about cancelled flights on www.iberia.com

hmmm, thats gonna dent Barajas passenger figures.....
 
Old Jul 11th 2006, 10:10 pm
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carlosac
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An agreement was reached today the 12 of July, so it's supossed the
strike ends today and the flights are getting on time the next days.

Carlos A.
 
Old Jul 24th 2006, 12:37 am
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[email protected] wrote:
    > An agreement was reached today the 12 of July, so it's supossed the
    > strike ends today and the flights are getting on time the next days.
    > Carlos A.


The Stike lasted 3 days .

2 in every 3 flights were operated NORMALLY .

Only 1 in 3 flights were cancelled , mostly Spanish domestic . A 50%
of this passengers were succesfully relocated to other Iberia flights
or to other OneWorld flights (British Airways , etc ) . Another 25%
were granted seats on flights by other airlines . Only around a 25% of
passenger got a refund / compensation .

Almost all the long-haul flight were operated normally .

77% of "Puente Aereo" Madrid-Barcelona flights operated normally .

Overall the incidence was minimal .

The agreement apart from securing the job to the pilots on the wake of
the new LCC by Iberia , secured no more strikes at least UNTIL January
1, 2011 .

P.D: Yesterday was published in the UK that the pension hole in British
Airways is way greater that recognized by BA managment. This report has
fueled the pilots to STRIKE .

It would be interesting to compare the very civilized IB pilot strikes
with the forthcoming BA pilots strikes.

Any comparison between this 3 days IB strike with last year LHR walk
off would be very damaging for BA..... .
 
Old Jul 24th 2006, 12:59 am
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Delirium Tremens
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IBstaff wrote:
    > [email protected] wrote:
    > > An agreement was reached today the 12 of July, so it's supossed the
    > > strike ends today and the flights are getting on time the next days.
    > >
    > > Carlos A.
    > The Stike lasted 3 days .
    > 2 in every 3 flights were operated NORMALLY .
    > Only 1 in 3 flights were cancelled , mostly Spanish domestic . A 50%
    > of this passengers were succesfully relocated to other Iberia flights
    > or to other OneWorld flights (British Airways , etc ) . Another 25%
    > were granted seats on flights by other airlines . Only around a 25% of
    > passenger got a refund / compensation .
    > Almost all the long-haul flight were operated normally .
    > 77% of "Puente Aereo" Madrid-Barcelona flights operated normally .
    > Overall the incidence was minimal .
    > The agreement apart from securing the job to the pilots on the wake of
    > the new LCC by Iberia , secured no more strikes at least UNTIL January
    > 1, 2011 .
    > P.D: Yesterday was published in the UK that the pension hole in British
    > Airways is way greater that recognized by BA managment. This report has
    > fueled the pilots to STRIKE .
    > It would be interesting to compare the very civilized IB pilot strikes
    > with the forthcoming BA pilots strikes.
    > Any comparison between this 3 days IB strike with last year LHR walk
    > off would be very damaging for BA..... .

do it anyway !
 
Old Jul 24th 2006, 5:20 am
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Gregory Morrow
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Delirium Tremens wrote:

    > IBstaff wrote:
    > > [email protected] wrote:
    > > > An agreement was reached today the 12 of July, so it's supossed the
    > > > strike ends today and the flights are getting on time the next days.
    > > >
    > > > Carlos A.
    > >
    > >
    > > The Stike lasted 3 days .
    > >
    > > 2 in every 3 flights were operated NORMALLY .
    > >
    > > Only 1 in 3 flights were cancelled , mostly Spanish domestic . A 50%
    > > of this passengers were succesfully relocated to other Iberia flights
    > > or to other OneWorld flights (British Airways , etc ) . Another 25%
    > > were granted seats on flights by other airlines . Only around a 25% of
    > > passenger got a refund / compensation .
    > >
    > > Almost all the long-haul flight were operated normally .
    > >
    > > 77% of "Puente Aereo" Madrid-Barcelona flights operated normally .
    > >
    > > Overall the incidence was minimal .
    > >
    > > The agreement apart from securing the job to the pilots on the wake of
    > > the new LCC by Iberia , secured no more strikes at least UNTIL January
    > > 1, 2011 .
    > >
    > > P.D: Yesterday was published in the UK that the pension hole in British
    > > Airways is way greater that recognized by BA managment. This report has
    > > fueled the pilots to STRIKE .
    > >
    > > It would be interesting to compare the very civilized IB pilot strikes
    > > with the forthcoming BA pilots strikes.
    > >
    > > Any comparison between this 3 days IB strike with last year LHR walk
    > > off would be very damaging for BA..... .
    >
    > do it anyway !


Nihilist...!!!

--
Best
Greg
 
Old Jul 24th 2006, 7:05 am
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Delirium Tremens
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Gregory Morrow wrote:
    > Delirium Tremens wrote:
    > > IBstaff wrote:
    > > > [email protected] wrote:
    > > > > An agreement was reached today the 12 of July, so it's supossed the
    > > > > strike ends today and the flights are getting on time the next days.
    > > > >
    > > > > Carlos A.
    > > >
    > > >
    > > > The Stike lasted 3 days .
    > > >
    > > > 2 in every 3 flights were operated NORMALLY .
    > > >
    > > > Only 1 in 3 flights were cancelled , mostly Spanish domestic . A 50%
    > > > of this passengers were succesfully relocated to other Iberia flights
    > > > or to other OneWorld flights (British Airways , etc ) . Another 25%
    > > > were granted seats on flights by other airlines . Only around a 25% of
    > > > passenger got a refund / compensation .
    > > >
    > > > Almost all the long-haul flight were operated normally .
    > > >
    > > > 77% of "Puente Aereo" Madrid-Barcelona flights operated normally .
    > > >
    > > > Overall the incidence was minimal .
    > > >
    > > > The agreement apart from securing the job to the pilots on the wake of
    > > > the new LCC by Iberia , secured no more strikes at least UNTIL January
    > > > 1, 2011 .
    > > >
    > > > P.D: Yesterday was published in the UK that the pension hole in British
    > > > Airways is way greater that recognized by BA managment. This report has
    > > > fueled the pilots to STRIKE .
    > > >
    > > > It would be interesting to compare the very civilized IB pilot strikes
    > > > with the forthcoming BA pilots strikes.
    > > >
    > > > Any comparison between this 3 days IB strike with last year LHR walk
    > > > off would be very damaging for BA..... .
    > >
    > > do it anyway !
    > Nihilist...!!!
interesting

The Nihilist movement was an 1860s Russian cultural movement marked by
the questioning of the validity of all forms of preconceived ideas and
social norms. It is derived from the Latin word "Nihil", which means
"nothing". The Nihilists championed the independence of the individual
and shocked the Russian establishment. Those ideas had a political
impact, as they opposed servitude and demanded democratic reforms.
Nihilists were denounced as agitators, and after the killing of Tsar
Alexander II they became known as proponents for destruction as the
primary tool for political change across Western Europe.
 
Old Jul 24th 2006, 7:28 am
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Gregory Morrow
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Delirium Tremens wrote:

    > Gregory Morrow wrote:
    > > Delirium Tremens wrote:
    > >
    > > > IBstaff wrote:
    > > > > [email protected] wrote:
    > > > > > An agreement was reached today the 12 of July, so it's supossed the
    > > > > > strike ends today and the flights are getting on time the next days.
    > > > > >
    > > > > > Carlos A.
    > > > >
    > > > >
    > > > > The Stike lasted 3 days .
    > > > >
    > > > > 2 in every 3 flights were operated NORMALLY .
    > > > >
    > > > > Only 1 in 3 flights were cancelled , mostly Spanish domestic . A 50%
    > > > > of this passengers were succesfully relocated to other Iberia flights
    > > > > or to other OneWorld flights (British Airways , etc ) . Another 25%
    > > > > were granted seats on flights by other airlines . Only around a 25% of
    > > > > passenger got a refund / compensation .
    > > > >
    > > > > Almost all the long-haul flight were operated normally .
    > > > >
    > > > > 77% of "Puente Aereo" Madrid-Barcelona flights operated normally .
    > > > >
    > > > > Overall the incidence was minimal .
    > > > >
    > > > > The agreement apart from securing the job to the pilots on the wake of
    > > > > the new LCC by Iberia , secured no more strikes at least UNTIL January
    > > > > 1, 2011 .
    > > > >
    > > > > P.D: Yesterday was published in the UK that the pension hole in British
    > > > > Airways is way greater that recognized by BA managment. This report has
    > > > > fueled the pilots to STRIKE .
    > > > >
    > > > > It would be interesting to compare the very civilized IB pilot strikes
    > > > > with the forthcoming BA pilots strikes.
    > > > >
    > > > > Any comparison between this 3 days IB strike with last year LHR walk
    > > > > off would be very damaging for BA..... .
    > > >
    > > > do it anyway !
    > >
    > >
    > > Nihilist...!!!
    > >
    > interesting
    > The Nihilist movement was an 1860s Russian cultural movement marked by
    > the questioning of the validity of all forms of preconceived ideas and
    > social norms. It is derived from the Latin word "Nihil", which means
    > "nothing". The Nihilists championed the independence of the individual
    > and shocked the Russian establishment. Those ideas had a political
    > impact, as they opposed servitude and demanded democratic reforms.
    > Nihilists were denounced as agitators, and after the killing of Tsar
    > Alexander II they became known as proponents for destruction as the
    > primary tool for political change across Western Europe.


We could all do with a good dose of it now and again...

--
Best
Greg
 
Old Jul 24th 2006, 8:51 am
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Martin
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On 24 Jul 2006 12:28:46 -0700, "Gregory Morrow"
<[email protected]> wrote:

    >We could all do with a good dose of it now and again...

gRunge has a dose requiring visits to the STD dept.
--

Martin
 

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