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Airline: Air China
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Air China is the only airline company which carries the national flag. It became a member of Star Alliance in December 2007 and it is also the airline partner of the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games. It has the first rank of brand value among domestic airline companies (the world brand laboratory evaluated it RMB 23.523 billion in 2007) and it leads domestic counterparts in passenger and freight air transport and related services  >>>


Airline: AIR BALTIC
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Currently, airBaltic operates direct flights out of three Baltic States capitals – Riga, Latvia, Vilnius, Lithuania and Tallinn, Estonia  >>>


News: Air Berlin: Settlement reached in negotiations on framework agreement for cockpit staff
News

Management teams at Air Berlin and LTU have reached a successful framework agreement with VC, the pilots? union, with regard to the working conditions for cockpit personnel. The collective bargaining process that has been ongoing since the beginning of the year has therefore been brought to an amicable conclusion. The new framework agreement for Air Berlin?s cockpit personnel includes a progressive adjustment of the key working conditions of Air Berlin pilots to match LTU?s level by 2013. These adjustments relate to the number of duty-free days per year, flexibility in the allocation of duty-free days per month as well as holiday entitlements and continued salary payments in the event of illness. Optimised models for drawing up duty rosters and assigning standby duties have also been agreed with Air Berlin and LTU. In addition the union and the employers have agreed rules for the introduction of an augmented cockpit crew on long-haul flights. By the time the summer 2011 schedule comes into effect, a third pil  >>>


News: Air Berlin: Settlement reached in negotiations on framework agreement for cockpit staff
News\Новости авиакомпаний

Management teams at Air Berlin and LTU have reached a successful framework agreement with VC, the pilots? union, with regard to the working conditions for cockpit personnel. The collective bargaining process that has been ongoing since the beginning of the year has therefore been brought to an amicable conclusion. The new framework agreement for Air Berlin?s cockpit personnel includes a progressive adjustment of the key working conditions of Air Berlin pilots to match LTU?s level by 2013. These adjustments relate to the number of duty-free days per year, flexibility in the allocation of duty-free days per month as well as holiday entitlements and continued salary payments in the event of illness. Optimised models for drawing up duty rosters and assigning standby duties have also been agreed with Air Berlin and LTU. In addition the union and the employers have agreed rules for the introduction of an augmented cockpit crew on long-haul flights. By the time the summer 2011 schedule comes into effect, a third pil  >>>


News: Air Berlin: Settlement reached in negotiations on framework agreement for cockpit staff
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Management teams at Air Berlin and LTU have reached a successful framework agreement with VC, the pilots? union, with regard to the working conditions for cockpit personnel. The collective bargaining process that has been ongoing since the beginning of the year has therefore been brought to an amicable conclusion. The new framework agreement for Air Berlin?s cockpit personnel includes a progressive adjustment of the key working conditions of Air Berlin pilots to match LTU?s level by 2013. These adjustments relate to the number of duty-free days per year, flexibility in the allocation of duty-free days per month as well as holiday entitlements and continued salary payments in the event of illness. Optimised models for drawing up duty rosters and assigning standby duties have also been agreed with Air Berlin and LTU. In addition the union and the employers have agreed rules for the introduction of an augmented cockpit crew on long-haul flights. By the time the summer 2011 schedule comes into effect, a third pil  >>>


News: Negotiations instead of strike
News

On Wednesday, 3 March 2010, Air Berlin and "Vereinigung Cockpit", the German pilots' union, agreed to hold negotiations on unresolved issues of the framework collective agreement. As a result, the warning strikes announced by "Vereinigung Cockpit" have been called off.  >>>


News: Negotiations instead of strike
News\Новости авиакомпаний

On Wednesday, 3 March 2010, Air Berlin and "Vereinigung Cockpit", the German pilots' union, agreed to hold negotiations on unresolved issues of the framework collective agreement. As a result, the warning strikes announced by "Vereinigung Cockpit" have been called off.  >>>


News: Air Berlin in negotiations with NIKI
News

With regard to the statements of its Austrian partner Mr. Andreas Nikolaus Lauda published in the Austrian press Air Berlin PLC states as follows:Air Berlin PLC is in advanced negotiations regarding the increase of Air Berlin PLC's shareholding in NIKI Luftfahrt GmbH, Vienna. The negotiations have not been completed yet and Air Berlin PLC has not yet obtained the approval of its Board of Directors. A board meeting is scheduled for tomorrow 17th February 2010.  >>>


News: Air Berlin in negotiations with NIKI
News\Новости авиакомпаний

With regard to the statements of its Austrian partner Mr. Andreas Nikolaus Lauda published in the Austrian press Air Berlin PLC states as follows:Air Berlin PLC is in advanced negotiations regarding the increase of Air Berlin PLC's shareholding in NIKI Luftfahrt GmbH, Vienna. The negotiations have not been completed yet and Air Berlin PLC has not yet obtained the approval of its Board of Directors. A board meeting is scheduled for tomorrow 17th February 2010.  >>>


News: Air Berlin: Successful conclusion to cockpit pay negotiations
News

The management of Air Berlin and LTU have successfully concluded the pay negotiations for cockpit personnel with the trade union VC (Vereinigung Cockpit). The new collective salary agreement for the cockpit personnel of LTU and Air Berlin includes a guarantee of 68 block hours per month backdated to 01.01.2009, and 69 block hours from 01.01.2010. In addition both companies ruled out any enforced redundancies before 31.12.2010. In return the union and the employers agreed to a pay freeze on linear salary increases until the end of 2010. Other elements are the safeguarding of the LTU cockpit personnel?s standard of living, an extra grade on the pay scale for Air Berlin?s co-pilots and the introduction of a sector supplement. Furthermore, a retirement plan funded by the employers is also being negotiated for Air Berlin?s cockpit personnel. ?This pay settlement has achieved a very responsible outcome,? said Christoph Debus, Air Berlin?s Chief Commercial Officer. ?After all, since this is the most serious crisis   >>>



 
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