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News | 27 Aug 2020 Press Release

Major new ANSP research forthcoming from international federations

The Covid-19 pandemic is demonstrating the renewed importance of public services and infrastructure across our societies. As the bodies which manage our airspace,...

News | 26 Aug 2020

Wizz Air dismisses four trade unionists in latest union-busting endeavour

Recent events in Wizz Air’s Kyiv base demonstrate what such anti-union attitude means in practice. In a workplace already fraught with management’s...

News | 12 Aug 2020

Only a new deal can save aviation

The aviation industry is being hit by a second wave, and we are already experiencing the aftershocks with thousands of job losses throughout the industry. The ITF...

News | 05 Aug 2020

The ITF stands in solidarity with the workers and people of Beirut

It is with shock and despair that we have received the news of the explosion at the Port of Beirut that has devastated the city, killed at least 100 people, injured...

News | 04 Aug 2020

ITF urges Turkish Airlines management to return to negotiating table

Hava-İş adopted a flexible and constructive approach during the negotiation process. This was aimed at creating a strong basis for building resilience and the...

News | 04 Aug 2020

Young aviation workers organising for a post-Covid-19 future

The ITF’s first virtual summer school took place over four days of Zoom sessions with young aviation workers in Africa, the Americas, Arab World and Europe (21...

News | 27 Jul 2020

Malaysia Airlines must renew negotiations with cabin crew union

The ITF-affiliated National Union of Flight Attendants of Malaysia (NUFAM) represents cabin crew at Malaysia Airlines. The company has long maintained that crew...

News | 23 Jul 2020 Press Release

Yemeni airport must be reopened for humanitarian relief

In a letter to UN secretary-general António Guterres, ITF general secretary Stephen Cotton reiterated the call by the Employees and Workers Syndicate of Yemen...