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Negotiations between TAAG and pilots end without agreement. Strike continues until October 16

The national air carrier TAAG announced this Thursday that negotiations with the Air Line Pilots Union (SPLA) ended without reaching an agreement, starting this Friday a strike that will last until 16 October.


The airline added, in a statement, that it will resort to renting services, reallocate passengers to other airlines and facilitate the change of travel dates without penalty for passengers affected by the stoppage, which has an impact on the schedule of domestic and international flights.

TAAG's contingency plan will protect routes with the highest volume of traffic, with the list of scheduled flights available on the company's website, and also communicated to passengers through the 'call center' and store networks.

TAAG recalls that the demands made by the SPLA "affect, above all, the remuneration and benefits of pilots" and stresses that in the current financial context of TAAG, "it is not possible to proceed with salary increases in the requested dimension without generating a negative impact on survival of the company".

He states, however, that he continues to make all necessary efforts to reach an agreement with the SPLA and that he is working "to minimize the impact of the strike and guarantee compensation flights".


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