Monday, October 20, 2014

Romania’s Tarom cancels four flights due to flight attendants’ protest

Romanian state owned airline Tarom cancelled four flights last weekend, after flight attendants said they were unfit to fly. These protests followed similar flight attendants and pilots’ such protests in September this year.

“Tarom is facing a lack of suitable flight crew”, read a statement posted yesterday, October 19, on the company’s website. Passengers of the cancelled flights went on board of other flights to their destination.

In mid-September this year, several Tarom flights were cancelled or had serious delays because of spontaneous protests initiated by some of the company’s pilots and flight attendants.

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Several of Romania’s Tarom internal flights get cancelled due to employee protests.

Four Tarom flights canceled on Tuesday as employee protests reach third consecutive day.

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