Flybe pilot’s pay deal agreed
August 8th, 2011 by elisa

A new three-year pay deal has been reached between Flybe and its pilots after a long 18 months of negotiations which at times looked set to result in industrial action.

Pilots’ union BALPA said 78% of the 84% turnout voted to accept the latest offer from the airline, the details of which have not been disclosed.

Flybe pilot of Company Council Chairmn Mark Firth said: “We are extremely happy with the result of the pay and scheduling ballot.

“After a protracted period of negotiation, and with support from BALPA personnel, we are pleased that our members have accepted what we feel is the great deal in the marketplace.

“This new era will also see an evolution of our scheduling agreement, which will be locked into the current UK CAA regulations, and Flybe managers working more closely with our Company council.

“Thank you to those who supported us throughout, we now need to build on this positive result as we look forwards to a new working relationship with Flybe.”


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