Dutch staff warn Air France-KLM of strikes over chief

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2019/02/11 | 317 words | LE JOURNAL DE L'AVIATION | AIR TRANSPORT

Dutch airline managers have warned Air France-KLM of possible strikes if KLM chief executive Pieter Elbers is not reappointed, reports said on Monday.The Dutch government also gave its support to Elbers getting a fresh term amid suggestions he could be removed at a board meeting of the French-Dutch group on February 19.In a letter, senior KLM managers said there could be industrial action if Elbers was forced to leave, the Dutch news agency ANP reported.The letter from the KLM managers also ...(…)

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