Zurich: Pilots' union rejects new Swiss offer

Boeing 777 (Photo: V1Images.com/Pascal Lamberiks).
Boeing 777 (Photo: V1Images.com/Pascal Lamberiks).

Zurich: Pilots' union rejects new Swiss offer

Boeing 777 (Photo: V1Images.com/Pascal Lamberiks).
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So far, no compromise has been reached in the wage dispute between the pilots' union Aeropers and the airline Swiss. The workers' representatives have rejected management's latest offer as inadequate.

In a media release, Swiss is downright cold and points out that the offer for a new cockpit collective employment contract has been improved by 60 million Swiss francs. The union, on the other hand, is demanding around 200 million francs more. However, the company says it is available for further negotiations.

It is not the first time that Aeropers has rejected an offer from Swiss management. As early as August 2022, the offer at the time was rejected as insufficient. Swiss emphasizes that this has been greatly improved, but from the point of view of the employee representatives it is still too far from the demands.

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