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CityJet assures customers that normal services will continue at London City Airport

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Tatjana Obrazcova
Country: United Kingdom Aircraft: Airplanes Airline: Cityjet

CityJet has assured its customers and the travelling public that there will be no disruption to its services at London City Airport arising from threatened industrial action by a minority of its London-based cabin crew who are members of the Unite trade union.

A CityJet spokesperson said: “Some members of our cabin crew based at London City Airport have threatened strike action later this week. We have taken measures to ensure that such action, if it occurs, will not impact on our services and customers can be assured our flights will continue to operate as normal.”

“We have been involved in protracted and ongoing discussions with representatives of our cabin crew based at London City Airport for some time. We have made ourselves available for conciliation and arbitration processes provided under industrial relations procedures in the United Kingdom. We remain available to meet with those members of cabin crew who have threatened industrial action and are anxious to have outstanding matters resolved as soon as practicable.”

“All our services operating into and out of London City Airport will continue as normal.”



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