October 25, 2021

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Tough times for flight attendants

Tough times for flight attendants

The suspension of flights to the Caribbean and Mexico until the end of April is a further blow to flight attendants.

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This is because since the outbreak began, many aircraft carriers have already reduced their working hours and many air support positions have been literally reduced.

At Air Transat, for example, there were 1,950 flight attendants before the epidemic. The number will drop to zero within a few days of the air carrier announcing that it will suspend all operations until April 30.

“It’s very worrying because Air Transat [est] One of the French speaking carriers outside France, Canada and the United States. To leave him in such pain, [on court le risque] To lose a quality company that provides services in French. Dominic Lewassir, president of the Air Transat section of the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE), said the government’s silence was completely incomprehensible.

For a professor in the Department of Management and Technology at UQM Mehran Ibrahimi, Trudeau said airlines have no choice but to accept a government request.

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“The airlines are in such a state – I will be overthrown – they can’t really object. Companies should not be seen as a ghost, they tried everything for survival,” he declared.

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