JOHANNESBURG – South African Airways says a strike by members of its cabin crew has been declared unprotected.
The airline applied for an urgent interdict after 32 flights had to be cancelled due to the strike.
These include 28 domestic, three regional and one international flight.
The cabin crew are unhappy with the international daily meal allowance.
Employees are demanding an increase from just over $130, to $170.
It’s illegal to fly without cabin crew.
SAA is advising passengers to visit www.flysaa.com for current flight status.
Talks between SAA and the union broke down last night.