Fly airplanes, drink beer, never at the same time.
Very good friend of mine is there and he said it’s a pretty standard tactic to take away travel benefits.
Well buckle up buckaroo, because if our management won’t play by the rules with HIMS and uniforms, we are in for one helluva rideMeanwhile in America, the RLA ties our hands and we almost never get fully released into a 30 day cool off. Even if we do, a PEB would stop a strike once they deem it "too big to
The regional I was at the contract was 1999-2005 and we worked under that contract all the way through 2011 with nothing even close to full retro, just a measly "bonus" for signing a new contract.
"The airline has offered pilots a pay increase of 11.5 per cent over three years but the union wants a bigger share of company profits."
Key point here is that they took a 10% pay cut last year to help out BA, so it's actually a 1.5% increase.
At least you guys can legally strike. In the US it's all but impossible.I lurk here much of the time having joined ages ago looking for training advice, just want to say thank you to all of you whose unions have offered messages of support and non rev concessions for those of us who lost them by going on strike.
Due to legal complications only crew actually reporting in London on the strike days were allowed to participate so a lot of guys in hotels downroute were supportive but had to follow instructions.