The unions of the ADP group, which manages Paris airports, have filed strike notices for this Friday and Saturday.
Call for a strike in Paris airports this weekend. The unions of the Aéroports de Paris (ADP) group, which manages Roissy and Orly airports, have filed strike notices for Friday July 9 from 4 a.m. until Sunday July 11 at 7 a.m. “Friday July 9 and Saturday July 10, disruptions are possible at [l’aéroport Roissy-Charles-de-Gaulle et à l’aéroport d’Orly], in particular on road accesses. We advise you to anticipate your arrival at the airport “, warned this Thursday ADP, which invites travelers to inquire with their airline.
The CFE-CGC, CGT and Unsa are asking for the withdrawal of the PACT (plan to adapt work contracts), which provides for a reduction or elimination of bonuses. In case of refusal, employees risk dismissal as part of a job protection plan (PSE). For the management, the PACT will make it possible to achieve the necessary savings, while the health crisis has plagued ADP’s activity. The management signed in December, with the unions, a collective contractual termination agreement (RCC) providing for 1,150 departures of employees in 2021, including 700 not replaced.
Traffic already disrupted last week
Employees have already been called on to strike in June and the first weekend of July, at the time of the great departures on vacation, to refuse these cuts in remuneration. Last week, the mobilization of ADP employees disrupted air traffic Thursday and Friday at both airports, with flight delays but no cancellations.
Jérémy Bruno with AFP BFMTV reporter