Strike at Ben Gurion airport suspended after agreement is reached

By JPOST.COM STAFF
November 2, 2014 19:23

 
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Following the intervention of the chairman of the Histadrut labor federation, Avi Nissenkorn, understandings were reached and the strike at Ben Gurion Airport was suspended. Airport operations are expected to return to normal shortly, according to the labor federation. 

The Airport authority expected 23 delayed flights until 8:00 PM, following disruptions in work from airport employees over pay.

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