TAP Portugal Pilots Strike Grounds Less Than 30% Of Flights

Buyck, Cathy
May 2015
Aviation Daily;5/5/2015, Vol. 401 Issue 25, p1
Trade Publication
The article reports on the strike called by Portuguese civil aviation pilots' union Sindicato dos Pilotos da Aviação Civil (SPAC). It mentions that the reason for calling the strike is the privatization of TAP, the flag carrier airline of Portugal. It states the decision of the Portuguese Government to sell a portion of the TAP shareholding to Swiss Air. It highlights the view of the Portuguese Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho on the issue.


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