Romania, Romanian, Air Traffic Control Strike 2017
Romanian Administration of Air Traffic Services (ROMATSA) currently has 1,530 employees. Between 2500-3000 transiting aircraft, every day, 20,000 daily passengers. Controllers highest wage in the country 21,000 lei per month in 2015. By law 30% of air traffic must be ensured, guaranteed.
Romanian Air Traffic Control Strike
Threat, warning strike.
Tuesday 30 May 2017 You should know air traffic control strike has been cancelled, lucky you. Unfortunately an agreement between union and management was not soon enough for 6 flights cancelled, 7 delays at Henri Coanda Airport (320 flights daily) Bucharest.
Cluj Airport also had delays. Blue Air, Ryanair cancelled some flights as well. By law 30% of air traffic must be served, ensured. Delays lasted three hours.
Friday May 26, 2017 Romanian air traffic controllers announce new strike action planned for 9am, Tuesday, May 30th, 2017. Stay in close contact with your airline. The un-ended strike will start 9am.
Union of Air Traffic Services (ATSR)
National airline Tarom likely to be hit hard
Tuesday, 9 May 2017 Romanian air traffic control threaten strike action this Friday, 12 May, 2017 between the hours of 11am - 1pm. Talks on going, if strike goes ahead a third of flights will leave. Stay in touch with your airline.
Romanian air traffic control union workers will strike for the second time this year 2015
Strike will take place Tuesday, September 1, 2015, 11 am. Expect a third of flights to be cancelled, Union threaten 50%.
Update:- Monday 31 August 2015 Lucky you, Romanian air traffic control cancelled.
Update:-Monday August 31, 2015 Talks going well. Romasta air traffic controllers union state 14 of 14 demands fixed.
Still might get cancelled. Legal question concerned over what to do with a 100 excess air traffic controllers/workers.
Update:-Friday August 27, 2015 CEO of ROMATSA resigns. Courts deem strike is legal.
Last strike this July 2015 lasted two hours. Bucharest Henri Coanda Airport causing flights to be cancelled. Call your airline.
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