Cyprus -Trade union criticises selling of London sloth -June 14, 2014

Cyprus Airways plan to sell its remaining slot at Heathrow Airport has led to harsh criticism from the trade union side. The airline’s pilots union PASYPI is dead set against selling the remaining Heathrow operation, warning that this could jeopardise the airline’s long-term viability.

Cyprus Airways plan to sell its remaining slot at Heathrow Airport has led to harsh criticism from the trade union side. The airline’s pilots union PASYPI is dead set against selling the remaining Heathrow operation, warning that this could jeopardise the airline’s long-term viability. A union spokesperson said it appeared there was little the pilots could do to stop the sale since ‘some people have decided to close Cyprus Airways down’.

English: http://cyprus-mail.com/2014/06/14/cy-london-will-still-be-served/  

 

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