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Union could take 1,300 Norwegian staff on strike

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Union could take 1,300 Norwegian staff on strike
One of Norwegian's new Dreamliners arriving from New York at Stockholm Arlanda airport - Johan Nilsson / NTB Scanpix
22:47 CEST+02:00
Norway's Parat Union has threatened to take more than 1,300 Norwegian Airlines employees out on strike if the airline does not agree to a joint collective bargaining agreement for the cabin crew by April 30.
"The cabin crew may be taken out on strike on April 30," Parat chief Hans-Erik Skjæggerud told E24. "We have not received approval for continued joint collective bargaining agreement for the cabin crew." 
 
In March, Norwegian transferred its cabin crew to Cabin Services Norway (CSN) and Cabin Services Denmark (CSD), two companies which the company set up last year.
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