In response to this communication, the administration of TAAG, refers in a statement sent to the Lusa agency, that it "immediately" created a "contingency plan to minimize the impact of the possible stoppage" and that it has meetings scheduled between 3 and 7 October to analyze the situation together.
On the 20th of July of this year, the SPLA claim book was delivered to TAAG, and meetings were held in which the airline "presented several resolution proposals, duly framed in its financial reality", and with the "firm objective" of accommodate pilots' requests, reads the cited note.
Following the "best practices" of the aviation industry and under the terms of the legislation, TAAG "is already implementing a contingency plan" to face the "strike scenario" and "minimize the potential constraints" that may occur. , reads in the same communiqué from the air carrier.
TAAG's management also underlines that "its focus on providing services with the appropriate quality to the expectations of our customers, forces us to act quickly and to minimize any and all impact that may be caused to them".
In this sense, after receiving information about the "possible stoppage" of the company's planes, TAAG created a plan that "will allow the scheduled flights to be carried out during the strike period".
It is also mentioned that all necessary information for passengers will be available 24 hours a day on the platforms of the national airline, in the call center (923 190 000), website and in the network of stores.
TAAG also emphasizes that "it has already rescheduled all international and domestic flights scheduled for October 7th", in order to "avoid possible constraints" and "ensure that the planned flights are carried out".