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To save employment, BeCA encourages part-time

For several weeks, crews of passenger airlines have been forced into temporary unemployment. The restart of operations is now approaching, but it will probably take several years before production reaches its pre-corona crisis level. Airlines decided to reduce their fleets and some of them already announced collective dismissals.

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BeCA calls the Belgian State to support the future of aviation and preserve pilot jobs in Belgium

The crisis we are experiencing today is unprecedented and severely impacts the aviation industry. At some point in the future, demand for aviation will resume, even though we don't know when and to what extent. Post-COVID aviation will be different. But we must ensure that this new aviation industry is socially responsible and more sustainable. And this requires to retain a functioning aviation sector in Belgium and to preserve jobs.

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Press Release: Social Conflict at Skeyes

Brussels, 09 May 2019

BeCA is worried about the on-going social dispute at the Belgian air navigation service provider, Skeyes. On several occasions since 2016, our pilots association already warned the Belgocontrol management and our Authorities about the consequences of a chronic staff shortage. Today our fears seem to have become a reality.

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