Libyan Airlines staff to strike over administrative separations


Libyan Airlines employees have decided to stage a strike starting February 10 including all administrative posts and aviation traffic in all Libya’s airports if their demands to end administrative separation and division in the company were not satisfied.

The Libyan Airlines employees have called for a union and end of division of the company that has two headquarters in Tripoli and in Benghazi, which is so unacceptable, according to the Aviation Employees Syndicate.

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