KLM Royal Dutch Airlines flight attendants have called a 24-hour strike on Jan. 8, 2018, as part of a long-running dispute over reduced staff complements on board some intercontinental flights. KLM said it was forced to cut cabin crew numbers by one on its Airbus A330-300s, Boeing 777-200s and 787s as it had been unable to reach agreement with cabin crew unions on required productivity measures. Staff union FNV Cabine said the episode began in October 2016 when KLM, without consultation, ...

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