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November 07, 1975 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-11-07

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

16 November 7, 1975

El Al Airlines Strike Settled; Detroiters Fully Accommodated

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Al office, stated that as a re-
sult of the agreement on
Monday the flights were
resumed on Tuesday.
The losses sustained re-
portedly reached the 39,-
000,000 Israel pound mark.
Some 30,000 tourists were
rerouted on other planes.

An agreement reached
between El Al Israel Air-
lines, the Histadrut Israel
Federation of Labor and the
workers involved ended the
18-day strike that grounded
the El Al planes.
Benjamin Herschkovitz,
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Herschkovitz said that
the Detroit travelers were
fully accommodated and
there was very little hard-
ship incurred, thanks to
the efficient handling of
the situation by the New
York El Al personnel, in
cooperation with the local
office.

It was learned by The
Jewish News that:
• None of the strikers'
demands were met and no
salaries will be paid for days
workers were on strike;
• Re-employment of
temporary workers will be
left to the discretion of man-
agement;
• Workers returned to
work unconditionally; and
• Work agreement is

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binding — all workers and
no demands can be dis-
cussed before new agree-
ment effective April 1, 1976.
In Tel Aviv, a labor court
turned down a request by
the El Al works committees
to prevent the firm from
sending workers on an en-
forced leave because of the
mechanics' strike.
The works committees of
the clerical workers and of
the ground maintenance
linesmen made the request,
claiming the enforced vaca-
tion which 2,000 began last
week, was against the work
regulations and violated the
workers' rights. The court
accepted the management's
claims that not being able to
send the workers on leave
would substantially in-
crease the losses from the
strike.

It also was reported that
El Al will probably receive
landing rights in Chicago
and Miami following nego-
tiations between Trans-
port Minister Gad Ya'
acobi and his American
counterpart in the U.S.
recently. A decision is ex-
pected in December. A
similar round of talks is
being conducted with the
Candian government.

Meanwhile, "Travel
Weekly" has prepared ta-
bles and diagrams showing
the number of passengers
using trans-Atlantic air-
lines that link America to
Europe.
These tables show that
the number of passangers
using El-Al is smaller from
year to year. In 1972 El-Al
carried 270, 245 passengers,
representing 3.2 percent of
the total trans-Atlantic pas-
senger flow. A year later, in
1973, El-Al flew 248,721
passengers, accounting for
2.9 percent of the overall
total. By 1974, however, El-
Al was flying only 144,060
passengers, or 1.92 percent
of the total.
These figures, according
to "Travel Weekly," mean
that in the space of two
years El-Al had a loss of

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