Oslo, Norway: Strike will cause traffic delays

Posted on June 29, 2012 • Filed under: Europe, Travel News

In the event of a breakdown in arbitration talks between Spekter, the employer’s organisation, and Norsk Flygelederforening (the Norwegian Air Traffic Controllers’ Association) (NATCA) on Sunday, 1 July, NATCA will be calling out four members on strike as from Monday, 2 July. This will cause delays to air traffic. The first strike call-outs by NATCA will cause reduced manning for inbound and outbound air traffic control at Oslo Airport, Gardermoen. This will lead to delays at Oslo Airport, Gardermoen. A strike which hits air traffic control at Gardermoen will also cause delays elsewhere in the country. Read article

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