Airline Avianca Holdings, which is currently completing a rebuilding interaction under Chapter 11 insolvency, is to propose around 100 pilots who left the organization following a strike in 2017 the opportunity to rejoin the organization, it said on Thursday.
The Airline battled with a 51-day pilots’ strike among September and November 2017, establishing a large portion of its armada and bringing about many pilots being terminated, while others surrendered or were pensioned off.
“Without question, today we mark an achievement in our set of experiences and this is a once in a lifetime chance to begin without any preparation, to fortify cooperation and construct the Avianca we as a whole need,” said the organization’s CEO and president, Adrian Neuhauser.
The arrangement will allow the Airline to work in excess of 200 direct courses with its armada of in excess of 130 airplanes by 2025, it said.
Avianca petitioned for Chapter 11 liquidation in the wake of being battered by the Covid pandemic. A court in the United States supported the organization’s rebuilding plan in November.
The pilots who return to Avianca will do as such under the very conditions that were concurred with pilots in 2020, while the organization intends to begin a preparation program that surpasses the prerequisites of aeronautical guidelines.
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