After the SNCF, call for a strike in Paris airports on Tuesday

After the SNCF, call for a strike in Paris airports on Tuesday
After the SNCF, call for a strike in Paris airports on Tuesday

Several unions called on Paris airport workers to stop work on Tuesday May 21.

They are asking for the opening of negotiations for a salary increase, in particular.

Although the mobilization should be significant, it should not cause major disruptions in Charles-de-Gaulle and Orly.

Call for a strike in Paris airports. The CGT, CFDT, FO and Unsa call on employees of Paris-Charles-de-Gaulle and Orly to stop work on Tuesday May 21. They demand, among other things, hiring, the opening of negotiations for a salary increase as well as “homogeneous bonuses” for workers mobilized during the Olympic Games. “The workforce remains very insufficient to cope with the increase in traffic and the constantly increasing quality of service requirements,” write the unions in a press release.

Significant mobilization in sight

The mobilization, which concerns all staff, should be significant, but without causing major disruptions in the two main French airport platforms, Charles-de-Gaulle and Orly, according to a union Source interviewed by The Parisian. The staff representatives of Aéroports de Paris (ADP) are demanding “an emergency hiring plan” as well as “the immediate opening of negotiations of the scales with revaluation”. They also ask “a homogeneous gratification for all ADP agents (voluntary or not / operational or not) working from July 8 to September 15″ for the Olympic and Paralympic Games.

This announcement comes at the same time as a social movement at SNCF in Île-de-France. For the suburban and RER trains operated by the company, traffic should, on the other hand, be “very significantly disrupted”. A day of mobilization organized on the eve of negotiations on the bonuses received during the Olympic Games. The lines most affected on the rails will be the RER D and the Transilien line R.


AB with AFP

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