Eurowings and Vereinigung Cockpit are negotiating again

Airbus A320 (Photo: Robert Spohr).
Airbus A320 (Photo: Robert Spohr).

Eurowings and Vereinigung Cockpit are negotiating again

Airbus A320 (Photo: Robert Spohr).
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After three days of pilots' strike, the Cockpit Association and the management of Eurowings Germany are back at the negotiating table. Previously, it had been announced that the growth of this Lufthansa subsidiary should be significantly reduced.

The negotiations over the next few days or weeks will probably show whether the decision will remain the same. The mood between VC and Eurowings is considered very tense. Management tried to go on strike to end prematurely with pressure, but the pilot representatives were not impressed.

On Wednesday evening, the union and employers agreed that they would sit down again and negotiate with each other. The common goal is that the talks about a new general collective agreement are brought to a positive conclusion. Eurowings and the union agreed on this today. Both parties have agreed not to disclose the content of further talks.

The third day of the strike was particularly hard for the passengers of the Lufthansa subsidiary Eurowings, because around two thirds of the planned flights were cancelled. On Monday and Tuesday it was about half. Scheduled flight operations will return on Thursday, although there may still be slight after-effects in the form of individual delays due to machine rotation.

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