July 11, 2017 – No satisfaction for new rest regulations

TOP STORY

Crew rest regs draw criticism

Fixed and rotary wing operators are saying the new rules will actually reduce safety, raise costs for customers, and make the burgeoning pilot shortage even worse.

 

DECISIONS

  • Appeal – Workers’ Compensation – 2016-74-AD (Re), 2017 CanLII 42438
    Aircraft mechanic wrist injury – Unrelated to employment – Appeal dismissed
  • Motion – Compel production – The Commissioner of Competition v Vancouver Airport Authority, 2017 CACT 34
    Order to dismiss motion to compel further production – No breach of fairness found – Obligations for disclosure to date met
  • Policy Grievance – Vacation – British Airways v International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers, Transportation District 140, Local Lodges 2413 & 2309, 2017 CanLII 40477
    Amendment to vacation year improperly applied according to Union – Settlement reached – $10,500 to be paid to impacted bargaining units’ members

                                       

CANADIAN TRANSPORTATION AGENCY DECISIONS

 

TC/TSB NEWS

 

INDUSTRY ASSOCIATION NEWS

 

UNION NEWS

 

AVIATION MEDIA

 

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