Malta - Collective agreement at Air Malta - November 30, 2017

Air Malta and the Association of Airline Engineers (AAE) have signed a collective agreement. The deal includes a pay increase for all workers, of in total 19% that will be spread over five years (5%, 1.5%, 5%, 1.5%, 5%). The majority of the association's members supported the agreement after they were assured throughout the negotiations that the sector would remain a vital part of the company’s operations. This is the first collective agreement to be signed, with other separate agreements with GWU (concerning the hiving-off agreement of Ground handling services), an agreement with the Pilots Association, and an agreement with the Cabin Crew Union (UCC) still pending.

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