MONTREAL — The risk of a strike at Air Transat has lifted as flight attendants have voted in favour of a new collective agreement. The 2,100 flight attendants voted 62.7 per cent in favour of the terms recommended by federal mediators. The Canadian Union of Public Employees says the collective agreement, which is retroactive to Nov. 1, 2022, makes Air Transat flight attendants the highest paid in the industry. The terms include total compound salary increases of 30 per cent over five years, the
Air Transat announces today that 62.7% of its flight attendants have voted in favour of the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service mediators' recommendation, thus ratifying the new collective agreement and effectively lifting the strike threat, putting an end to the uncertainty for travellers. The collective agreement is retroactive to November 1, 2022, and will be valid until October 31, 2027.
Transat A.T. Inc. ("Transat"), a leisure travel reference worldwide, particularly as an air carrier under the Air Transat brand, will release its first-quarter 2024 results –ended January 31– on March 14. Annick Guérard, President and Chief Executive Officer, and Jean-François Pruneau, Chief Financial Officer, invite financial analysts to take part in a conference call the same day. Business reporters are welcome to attend the conference call in a listen-only mode.