In News by Oluwaseun Samuel on the 12th, August, 2020

Air Peace Set To Recall Sacked Pilots Following FG’s Intervention

Air Peace Set To Recall Sacked Pilots Following FG's Intervention

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The administration of Air Peace Airways is about to re-absorb a few of the pilots it just lately sacked following the affect of the COVID-19 pandemic following the  intervention assembly between its administration and the management of the Nationwide Affiliation of Airline Pilots and Engineers (NAAPE) on the occasion of the Minister of Aviation, Hadi Sirika.

The airline introduced final week that it will be dismissing over 80 of its pilots on account of the adverse affect of COVID-19 pandemic on its operations.

A press release launched by the spokesperson of the Federal Ministry of Aviation, Jude Odaudu, stated the choice to recall many of the dismissed pilots was taken throughout an intervention assembly known as by the Minister of Aviation, Senator Hadi Sirika, between the airline administration and the management of the Nationwide Affiliation of Airline Pilots and Engineers (NAAPE) held in his workplace as we speak  Tuesday, August 11.

In keeping with the assertion, Chairman of Air Peace, Chief Allen Onyema, verbally accepted the Minister’s plea for the recall of the utmost variety of pilots that the airline can accommodate with out going bankrupt.

Of their presentation, NAAPE, led by its chairman, Galadima Abednego, stated that some missteps might have been made in the middle of the standoff between the airline and the union and appealed to the Minister to intervene to be able to resolve the deadlock.

He stated that as a union it was a painful factor to see a lot of their members thrown into the labour market, and additional appealed to employers of labour to see the union members as companions, and never adversaries.

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On his personal, the Chairman of Air Peace, Chief Allen Onyema counseled Senator Hadi Sirika for offering the required management to the trade and promised his full cooperation in making certain the expansion of the aviation sector in Nigeria.

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