A union agreement spares Moroccan airports the paralysis of the strike

A new agreement prevented the airports of the Kingdom, for two consecutive days, during the month of September, from a strike that their engineers and managers had threatened to carry out for the safety of air navigation.

The Union of Air Navigation Safety Engineers and Shipowners of the National Airports Office pointed out that the intervention of Al-Miloudi Al-Makhareq, Secretary General of the Moroccan Union, through which negotiations were opened with the Director General, who was accompanied by some central officials, culminating in consensus on many issues, leading to the cancellation of the strike, which was scheduled for September 13-18.

The union said that the agreement reached takes into account the financial balances, praising what it described as “the spirit of dialogue and responsibility that prevailed during the negotiations with the management of the National Airports Directorate”, calling on the users of the National Airports Directorate to the “comprehensive mobilization for the success of all joint professional conferences within the National Airports Directorate.” With dedication and responsibility, as well as committing to all future organizational stations”.

It is noteworthy that worker strikes are known at airports in several countries around the world, which have paralyzed air traffic in some of them due to the acute shortage of human resources capable of ensuring the continuity of airport facilities, including those of the countries. Netherlands and others, prompting airlines to cancel flights, diverting them to second-tier destinations.