Air Transat and CUPE secure tentative agreement in collective bargaining

In a recent development, Air Transat and the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE), the representative body for the airline’s flight attendants, have successfully reached a tentative agreement for the renewal of their collective bargaining agreement.

The details of this groundbreaking agreement, which is contingent upon a vote, are poised to be unveiled to the members of CUPE in the upcoming days.

This marks a significant milestone in the ongoing negotiations between Air Transat and its flight attendants, underscoring the collaborative efforts to address the interests and concerns of the workforce.

Both parties involved are optimistic about the proposed terms and believe that this agreement will pave the way for enhanced working conditions and mutual benefits.

The impending vote by CUPE members will determine the finalization of this accord, bringing forth a crucial step in fostering positive industrial relations within the airline.