A complete of 160 staff are summoned to strikes, which can happen each Monday for 5 weeks beginning tomorrow

The strike within the privatised management towers at numerous airports referred to as by the CCOO and USCA unions begins this Monday and can proceed each Monday till 27 February.

The Ministry of Transport has set minimal companies relying on the kind of route, which reaches 100% for emergency flights, switch of residents or foreigners guarded by law enforcement officials or transport of common postal mail or perishable merchandise.

For business flights with routes originating or ending in non-peninsular territories, the minimal companies vary between 52% from Lérida and 84% from La Coruña, relying on the estimated occupancy.

Within the case of routes with international or Spanish cities whose journey time by street is no less than 5 hours, the minimal companies are between 44% of La Palma and 57% of Alicante.

Within the routes that may be changed by different technique of public transport in lower than 5 hours, the minimal companies are between 18% of Castellón and 30% of Vigo.

The CCOO and USCA unions referred to as the strike because of the failure of the negotiations with the APCTA employers on the fourth collective settlement of the controllers of liberalised towers because of the disagreement on the wage improve for the approaching years.


That is the record of all of the airports that will probably be affected:

A Coruña (LECO)
Alicante (LEAL)
Castellon (LECN)
El Hierro (GCHI)
Fuerteventura (GCFV)
Ibiza (LEIB)
Jerez de la Frontera (LEJR)
La Palma (GCLA)
Lanzarote (GCRR)
Lleida (LEDA)
Madrid-Cuatro Vientos (LECU)
Murcia (LELC)
Sabadell (LELL)
Seville (LEZL)
Valencia (LEVC)
Vigo (LEVX)

Supply: El Dia

Within the following tweet from Spanish Air Visitors Management, the extent of anticipated service for every affected airport is talked about, relying on the routes.