The airline Iberia said Tuesday it has launched a plan to mitigate the effects of the two-day strike called by the drivers for 18 and 29 December, which will involve the cancellation of 91 flights by the time.
“(…) The company has implemented a contingency plan that includes agreements with other airlines and transportation companies and hotels,” the group said in a statement.
Iberia said that by the time you need to cancel 91 flights on December 18, representing 32 percent of the flights scheduled for that date, adding that affected flights for 29 will be announced later.
The airline said it has concluded agreements with 27 airlines flying to Europe, America and Middle East to be able to couple to passengers affected by the strike.
Last week, Iberia pilots strike announced two days to protest against the creation of Iberia Express, the low cost subsidiary of the group.