Talks to resume over Air Tahiti strike

10:54 am on 24 May 2016
Air Tahiti aircraft

Air Tahiti has been running a limited schedule since the strike began nearly two weeks ago. Photo: AFP

Talks are set to resume in French Polynesia today in a bid to end a strike at the domestic airline, which began nearly two weeks ago.

Air Tahiti has again released a schedule of its limited flights of the day, which include one service to the Marquesas but none to the Australs.

The strike was called amid fears that jobs would be cut as fewer people fly domestically.

Negotiations broke down at the end of last week as three new strike notices had been added that could hit the aviation sector this week.

The airline says since the start of the dispute it managed to transport about three quarters of its passengers.

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