That's what I thought : You never mention which *Transavia* you are talking about.
In all objectivity, you should make a difference between what *Transavia FRANCE
* is, i.e a business case of better productivity - for the pilots, go from the 45hr/month to 75 for instance - and lower costs - through airport handling outside the AF
structure... and what *Transavia EUROPE
* will be : a company ran on a strict LCC formula.
But should I be surprised ?That's the lie this strike has been based on since the beginning.
There is a development ongoing : the labour unions have now revealed an ultimatum from Juniac :
- On one hand, postponement of the launch of Transavia Europe until December,
- On the other hand, if the strike doesn't end, a denunciation of the management / pilots agreement on Transavia France.
I let yoiu think about the solutions in Juniac's hand about the end of that agreement :
One, I hinted at day before yesterday as :
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Everything therefore boils down to the question of the airline survival.
The first victim could well be Transavia France... Very soon..