Air France welcomes the positive outcome of the consultation with all its pilots on the draft development agreement for Transavia France.
This result will be approved by the Union Council of the SNPL (National Union of Airline Pilots), which will meet tomorrow Thursday, December 4.
To date, more than 200 Air France pilots have volunteered to fill the 72 positions available at Transavia France.
“We welcome the positive outcome of this consultation which puts an end to a period of uncertainty. The majority of pilots have chosen to accompany us in our growth strategy on the low-cost market with Transavia” declared Frédéric Gagey, Chairman and CEO of Air France.
Thanks to this agreement, Transavia’s rapid development plan in France will continue:
• Strong growth in summer 2015: 21 aircraft operated compared with 16 in summer 2014, making Transavia the leading low-cost airline at Paris-Orly from summer 2015.
• A target of 37 Boeing 737 by 2019.
Integrated career management for pilots at Air France and Transavia will be introduced, including a joint seniority list.
This development meets the pilots’ high expectations and enables overstaffing at Air France to be more easily managed by organizing secondments to Transavia France.
Wednesday 3 December 2014