Air New Zealand appeals in spat with pilots' union over cherry-picking terms

Sophie Boot
Tue, 16 Feb 2016

By Sophie Boot Feb. 17 (BusinessDesk) - Air New Zealand is appealing an Employment Court decision which it says lets the country's largest pilots' union cherry-pick the good parts of other collective employment agreements without having to accept the bad.  In the Court of Appeal yesterday, the national carrier sought to overturn a 2014 judgment in the Employment Court allowing the New Zealand Air Line Pilots Association (NZALPA) to take clauses from collective agreements Air New Zealand made with other unions, in line with NZALPA’s interp...

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