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  •   Home > News > Living & Travel

    More than 40-thousand holiday plans in jeopardy after Air NZ staff announce strike on busiest day

    More than 40-thousand Christmas holiday plans are up in the air - or rather grounded - after Air New Zealand staff announced a strike, on the busiest flying day of the year


    Almost one thousand unionised engineers and aircraft logistics staff will strike on Friday the 21st of December.

    Air New Zealand's accusing them of deliberately using Kiwis' holiday plans as a bargaining chip.

    The airline says it'll rebook people closer to the time, if it appears the union will follow through with the strike.

    © 2018 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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