September 28 is confirmed as being the next date when Ryanair staff strike over labout disputes with the company. Staff will walk out in Belgium, Italy, the Netherlands, Portugal and Spain, in the hope that the threat will prompt shareholders to meet on September 20 to address the complaints. Theunions have said that they will …MORE
Unions representing Ryanair workers in Spain have apologised in advance, as they have reinstated industrial action against the firm. Ryanair staff will once again strike, as the company, “continues to ignore the labour law of each country in which it operates”. The unions representing pilots, cabin crew and ground staff from Italy, Portugal, the Netherlands, …MORE
Passenger numbers at Murcia´s San Javier airport have increased by 10.4% in the first five months of the year, with a total of 422,358 people passing through the airport between January and May. In the first five months of this year a total of 3,167 landing and take-off operations were recorded, 9.3% more than in …MORE
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The management team of San Javier Airport has given one month´s notice to the owners of 17 vehicles that they are classing as “abandoned”, amongst which are a BMW, a Volvo, a Renault, a Toyota and several Ford cars, plus a Mercedes 190.
The vehicles are all parked at the airport, and have been for some time, and therefore the notice is given for the owners to collect and remove them, or they will take action to do so themselves.
The resolution states that after the one month period, if the vehicles are not removed, the airport authority will “inform the provincial traffic headquarters for processing by an authorized group as waste”.
So if you have parked at the airport for any length of time, or if you simply can´t remember where you parked, it might be worth checking out this collection, before they are taken away for good, and possibly given to a new, “worthy” home.
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