New collective agreement

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Loon-A-Tic
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Re: New collective agreement

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The old rules where "enforced" for direct personal gain, not a cool move by Le Presidente for one of his first "acts of office". The flight operations management of SKV was very willing to "embrace" the intended spirit of the new rules; it would have served the greater good but for one person, guess who !!!

A "draft" LOU was agreed on to address the situation but at the final hour Le Presidente declined to act in the best interests of all, save for one !!!
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Re: New collective agreement

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Old rules? New rules? Intended spirit? Either you have a collective agreement or you don’t. Supposedly, SKV has one.

Layoff sequence may soon be moot if 60 goes to zero. That is where GGN staffing would be if they were still around for this crisis.

Highly unlikely that the future Express fleet will look the same as it did 2 months ago. Too many aircraft chasing too few customers. No v-shaped recovery. Owned aircraft are the cheapest to park. After that, expiring leases. Then, negotiated early returns. And then possibly exiting a fleet type.

AC owns 10% of CHR. Doubtful that CHR will come out on the short end of the stick. Also possible that some advanced discussions will happen between CHR and AC about the future.

Hope for the best. Plan for the worst. Everybody is affected.

Good luck.
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Re: New collective agreement

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I don’t want to sound too negative but SkyRegional going the opposite to what many airlines are doing through accessing the wage subsidy, could be indicating the end of the company is near: And organized way to wind down operations, through slowly laying off the current work force.
Just an idea. :rolleyes:
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Re: New collective agreement

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Re: New collective agreement

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SKY management do intent to participate in the CEWS as of today.

finally some bright news in dark times!
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Re: New collective agreement

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timeflies wrote:
Thu Apr 09, 2020 4:14 pm
If SKY doesn't do the same then they should be ashamed for being that shitty of an employer. There is no excuse.
Sky confirmed they hire everyone back on a volountary basis effective April 12, how about Jazz?
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Re: New collective agreement

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Same
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Re: New collective agreement

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the-minister31 wrote:
Tue Apr 14, 2020 6:30 am
timeflies wrote:
Thu Apr 09, 2020 4:14 pm
If SKY doesn't do the same then they should be ashamed for being that shitty of an employer. There is no excuse.
Sky confirmed they hire everyone back on a volountary basis effective April 12, how about Jazz?
Same, they are giving the option, if you want to have the government CERB instead. 1st year FO might take home more on CERB instead of 75% minus deductions, benefits split to be determined.
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