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Australian Tiger Airways pilots demanded a raise but unsuccessful Christmas will speed down.

Australian Tiger Airways pilots demanded a raise but unsuccessful Christmas will "speed down

Original title: Australian Tiger Airways pilots demanded a raise but unsuccessful Christmas will "speed down"

Australian Tiger Airways

On December 14th, in order to request a raise, Australian Tiger Airways pilots will begin a collective action next Friday (21st), which may affect the travel plans of thousands of passengers before Christmas.

According to the Sydney Morning Herald, on the 14th local time, the Australian Aviation Pilots Association (AFAP) said that due to the stalemate in negotiations with the company, Tiger Airways pilots have already voted, collectively decided to take a series of labor actions in the near future, namely from 21 At the beginning of the day, they will refuse to drive non-safety-related aircraft with minor defects, refuse to start work within 90 minutes after receiving the notice, and will perform "air deceleration" at a certain speed, which is expected to result in Flight delay is 10 minutes.

Federation official James Lohran said that Tiger Airways pilots have not raised their salary for more than two years, and the recent negotiations between the association and airlines have been fruitless. "But the labor action will not take place on Christmas Day or Boxing Day (26th).

A spokesperson for Tiger Airways said that airlines will continue to negotiate with pilots and look forward to achieving mutually beneficial results as soon as possible. In addition, the report said that Tiger Airways will go to the Australian Fair Work Committee to mediate with the Federation next week.

The data shows that from the on-time rate of flights in October, one-third of Tiger Airways flights have landed more than 15 minutes later than scheduled. In addition, the low-cost airline's flight punctuality also performed poorly, with 31.8% of the flights taking off later than 15 minutes or more.

Australian Tiger Airways pilots demanded a raise but unsuccessful Christmas will speed down.


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