The Asociacion Sindical de Pilotos Aviadores de Mexico (ASPA) are requesting Mutual Assistance on behalf of Aeromar pilots.
IFALPA has been informed that the airline management has not complied with all its obligations towards the Aeromar pilots. Therefore, the Aeromar pilots and the ASPA Executive Board have decided to take industrial action on the first minute of 14 October 2022. The negotiations between ASPA and the airline management are still ongoing. Nevertheless, there is great concern that the company will continue to ignore previous payment agreements.
On behalf of Aeromar pilots, ASPA is requesting the Mutual Assistance as outlined below as per the IFALPA Industrial Manual starting on 14 October 2022 at 00:01 LT Mexico City, and until further notice; and further requests letters of support for their pilot group to be sent to the attention of Captain Humberto Gual Angeles, Secretary General of ASPA at [email protected]
Request for Ban on Wet Leasing (2.4.1)
Request for a Freeze on Capacity for Carriers inside SkyTeam Alliance (184.108.40.206)
Request for Recruitment Ban (2.4.3)
Request for Denial of Training Facilities (2.4.4)
Request for Assistance to Pilots Stranded Away from their Home Base (2.4.5)
Request for Prohibition of Pilot Contracting (2.4.6)
Request for Submissions and Representations (2.4.7)
An expanded explanation of the Mutual Assistance requested can be found in the appendix attached to this Request or can be found in the IFALPA Industrial Manual, Chapter 2.
ASPA de Mexico will keep IFALPA and its Member Associations informed of any further developments.