By Sarah de Sainte Croix, Senior Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – With the holiday season almost upon us, Brazilian airport workers and airline staff are threatening to strike from December 22nd over a pay dispute. The National Federation of Civil Aviation Workers (Fentac) are currently requesting a ten percent increase in wages, but the employers are only offering three percent.
Workers had previously asked for a thirteen percent raise but, according to Fentac, they lowered their expectations as a demonstration their willingness to negotiate.
Celso Klafke, president of the Fentac, said, “We do not want to cause problems for . . .