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Union raises considerations over Sunwing airways proposal to rent non permanent international pilots (CTV Information)


November 02, 2022

A labor union representing Canada’s aviation sector is elevating considerations about Canadian airline Sunwing’s proposal to rent non permanent international employees to handle Canada’s pilot scarcity in preparation for the winter journey surge, arguing the airline hasn’t accomplished sufficient to draw native staff, CTV Information reported. In accordance with Barret Armann, president of Unifor Native 7378, a job posting for Sunwing pilots supplied non permanent international pilots from Europe a set charge of US$9,500 per 30 days in comparison with Canadian first officers who’re supplied US$5,500 per 30 days, whereas requiring much less flight expertise.

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