Airline workers face insults, physical threats amid travel delays: ‘Worst I’ve ever seen’

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Airline workers face insults, physical threats amid travel delays: ‘Worst I’ve ever seen’

 

DECISIONS

Baggage delayed two days out of six-day trip – applicant claimed $2,120.67 for clothing and toiletries – Air Canada had paid $500, arguing the rest of the expenses were excessive and unreasonable – applicant had obligation to mitigate her damages – applicant entitled to reimbursement of $1,200 – some purchased replacement items were excessive given two-day delay 

 

CIRB DECISIONS

Application to revoke certification order no. 8973-U certifying Office and Professional Employees International Union (OPEIU) as bargaining agent for a unit of employees comprising all helicopter pilots employed by Canadian Helicopters Limited in the Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Division, excluding pilot managers and those above – following investigation of application, submissions of parties, and holding of representation vote, Board satisfied that majority of employees in bargaining unit no longer wish to be represented by OPEIU – certification order no. 8973-U revoked

 

CTA DECISIONS

Application for exemption to requirement to appoint an agent who has a place of business in Canada, and, in writing, provide the Canadian Transportation Agency with the agent’s name and address – exemption granted

Licence No. 200023

Application to add various licence authorities to be operated on code share basis only on aircraft of another licensed carrier – applicant will be providing air services using large aircraft exclusively through code share arrangements with other licensed carriers – financial requirements are a market entry requirement intended to ensure licenses issued to applicants financially fit and adequately financed at inception of proposed air services – applicant will not be incurring capital and operating costs typically associated with starting-up and operating air service – aircraft and associated investment to operate air service largely borne by code-share partners – compliance with financial requirements unnecessary – other applicable requirements met – licence authorities issued, subject to conditions

 

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