Aurélien Fleurot 07h18, July 02, 2022

Another day of disruptions at Roissy-Charles-de-Gaulle airport.

As air traffic begins to return to its pre-health crisis level, the employees of the ADP group, in particular the firefighters who work on the runways, are asking for a salary increase.

To respond to inflation and to regain their 2019 standard of living. 

Another day of disruptions at Roissy Charles de Gaulle airport.

The negotiations did not succeed on Friday and the strike notice still runs until Sunday midnight.

And on Saturday, around 12% of scheduled flights will be canceled.

According to the unions, the management has proposed a 4% increase from July 1.

While the employee representatives asked for 6%, retroactive to January 1.

The positions are getting closer but so far there is no agreement.

"Traffic outlook is very good"

Wages that were lowered during the health crisis should now be raised, says Daniel Bertonne, secretary general of the CGT d'ADP.

"The outlook for traffic is still very good and we now consider that the wage measures imposed on us are no longer justified. Both to restore trust between employees and management, it is essential to come back to this drop in salary that we are undergoing. And then, respond to inflation with proposals that allow employees to cope with the increase in the cost of living, "he said on Europe 1. 

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A new strike notice

"The social dialogue continues", explains the management while the unions have already announced a new strike notice, from next Friday, at the time of the first big weekend of departures for the school holidays.