Ross is told of draconian terms of employment for airline pilots
According to the Irish Air Line Pilots Association (IALPA), reforms have resulted in a lacuna in employment legislation which affects only pilots and flight crew
Minister for Transport Shane Ross has been warned that airline pilots are suffering under “atypical” terms of employment, including pay-to-fly training schemes and “bogus” self-employment.
Ross was told last June that airline pilots have been victims of the unintended consequences of air traffic deregulation across Europe.
According to the Irish Air Line Pilots Association (IALPA), these reforms have resulted in a lacuna in employment legislation which only affects pilots and flight...
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