Iberia Workers Protest Over Redundancies And Pay Cuts At Madrid's Barajas Airport


An Iberia worker holds a placard of representing Iberia chief... News PhotoAirport,Antonio Vázquez Romero - Businessperson,British Airways,British Culture,CEO,Commercial Airplane,Crisis,Employment And Labor,Fictional Character,Holding,Horizontal,Human Interest,Iberian Peninsula,International Consolidated Airlines Group,James Bond - Named Work,Madrid,Madrid Barajas Airport,Occupation,People,Placard,Privacy,Protest,Representing,Spain,Strike - Industrial Action,TravelPhotographer Collection: Getty Images News 2013 Getty ImagesMADRID, SPAIN - MARCH 04: An Iberia worker holds a placard of representing Iberia chief executive Antonio Vazquez and chief executive officer Sanchez Lozano as fictional British secret agent James Bond during a protest at Barajas airport on March 4, 2013 in Madrid, Spain. Iberia workers have begun the second round of five day strikes in protest at plans by British based holding company IAG (International Consolidated Airlines Group), formed by the 2011 merger of Iberia and British Airways, to implement redundancies and pay cuts across the troubled Spanish airline. The strike is estimated to cause the cancelling of almost 1,300 flights this week, with a final round of five day strikes planned for March 18 to 22. (Photo by Denis Doyle/Getty Images)