Cockpit Association criticizes TUI works council chief

Headquarters of the travel company Tui in Hanover (Photo: Tui Group / Christian Wyrwa).
Headquarters of the travel company Tui in Hanover (Photo: Tui Group / Christian Wyrwa).

Cockpit Association criticizes TUI works council chief

Headquarters of the travel company Tui in Hanover (Photo: Tui Group / Christian Wyrwa).
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Following the main negotiation of Tui AG, the pilots' union Vereinigung Cockpit has renewed criticism of the decision to reduce the German Tuifly's fleet to 22 aircraft. In this context, 200 jobs are on the brink.

The VC is of the opinion that the group, which is supported by the Federal Republic of Germany with around five billion euros, would take the opportunity to buy the capacities cheaper at a later date. In this context, the VC locates "preparation for tariff evasion".

The Chairman of the Group Works Council, Frank Jakobi, who sits on the Supervisory Board as an employee representative, was also criticized by the Cockpit Association. This accuses the works council of having reduced its own remuneration as deputy chairman of the supervisory board much less than its colleagues. That would be a bad sign for the crews of the Tuifly.

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