A passenger gestures in solidarity as Iberia workers protest at Barcelona airport on Monday.
Iberia staff began the first of 15 days of strikes to protest against the company's plan to cut almost a fifth of its workforce.
International Airlines Group, which includes British Airways and Iberia, claims that the Spanish airline is fighting to survive.
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