Adria signs collective agreement with pilots

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Adria Airways has signed a new collective bargaining agreement with pilots which will "calm down the labour situation in the company", the carrier said. It noted the new agreement enables "the continued focus of the management on the stability of the business and the provision of services". The deal is valid through to 2023 and averts a series of multi-day strikes announced by pilots for September and October. Adria did not disclose the details of the agreement.

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  1. Anyone know why there were massive delays few days ago? It was really bad, almost every flight was delayed.

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  2. Fog. Several planes were diverted to TRS and VIE.

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    1. Yup,and the domino effect through day

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    2. Failure of ILS system in LJU airport. JP is in attention like always because they are the only airline flying in the morning and have most flights in LJU.

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  3. Fog was not the main reason for delays. Morning peak was still operated, as planes were departing, and by the time first peak came back, the fog was already gone. Several planes were out of service on that day. Complete mess!!

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    1. Don't spread a fake news. Morning arrivals were diverted (JP and HV to TRS, TK to VIE, cargo to BTS) and two JP's plane got home with a long delay. One CRJ went tech at that morning. Morning outbound flights were not affected with a fog and ILS problem, but this is valid only for planes which were in LJU...

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  4. ILS at LJU was down

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    1. ILS can't do much if the fog prevents the pilots seeing with their own eyes the runway lights.

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    2. "Happy taxpayer", you have no idea what are you talking about. Sometimes it's better to stay quiet. ILS can provide 0 visibility landings (CAT IIIc), depending on the category of equipment on the ground and on board the aircraft. Whether or not it is used is another question, but don't say ILS can't do anything if the pilots can't see the runway.

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  5. There are info in some media, that procedure of taking Adria's operative licence has already started.

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    1. Which media? Can you share some example, or this is just spreading rumors?

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    2. This is false. They are being investigated, but that doesn't automatically mean they are in procedure of taking their license away.

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    3. Head of CAA stated so on national TV.

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    4. Ouch they are as good as dead if they said it on national television.

      Dead man walking.

      RIP.

      Bye bye.

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    5. https://www.finance.si/8952499

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    6. Ouch the beginning of the end has begun.

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  6. This is not an attack on the admin of this site, however something simply does not add up.

    It's reported that at least some of the business bank accounts of JP are suspended and that to a void a 250 EUR compensation to a passenger in Vienna the airline cancels a flight. Yet the airline completes two short leases, one for a BAe 146 and the other for an Embraer jet, and you can't complete these deals without access to money. Now the pilots have signed a collective agreement.

    It appears that we're being subjected to sensationalised (mis)reporting about JP. It may be wishful thinking, but I do hope JP pull off a 'great escape' and survive. The aviation in the region would be poorer without them, so I'm rooting for them.

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    1. Problem is not with the admin of this site. I see they are doing a decent job to keep news factual as much possible. Problem is with few people that continuosly spread fake news on adria both in regular press and in comments and everywhere. I notice that caused a lot of damage to adria.

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    2. You only have to look at their schedule to see how stable they are. Meanwhile their plane operating for Swiss has broken down and has been unable to fly for days. Lots of unhappy passengers.

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    3. For days? One return flight was canceled on the 14th and all flights on the 15th. Let's stick to facts.

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    4. Then stick to the facts, ben. And the facts are: according to the schedule JP should operate 8 flights per day on LUG-ZRH and ZRH-LUG. They operated 2 last weekend. So 2/16 is not bad for you? Well...

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    5. @Visit Kosovo: yes, and in today's news is that according to the media the CEO is going around asking for loans or loan gurantees from state companies in order to be able to pay out paycheck in september. go figure what kin dof rockpile of cash do they really have.

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    6. "Fake news". FFS people, open your eyes. 5-6 aircraft AOG at some times, daily 6+ hours delays and triangle Balkan bus tours. Police and debt collectors waiting aircraft in VIE due to unpaid compensation. Salaries delayed by weeks.

      Fakes news. Right.

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    7. Delayed for weeks? where is the source again? Because some people I know that work for Adria got their salaries on time, not only this month but also last month etc.

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  7. Are they still merging and canceling flights?!

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    1. No. It's all fake news. They've never merged or cancelled any flight. And as such they don't owe any compensation to any passenger.

      It's all fake news. Repeat after me. It's all fake news.

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    2. More and more.
      Current status:
      Sofia planned 12:05, next info 15:00
      Munich planned 12:30, departed 14:17
      Sarajevo planned 12:35, delayed 17:00
      Antalya planned 14:40, delayed 20:30
      Podgorica and Skopje merged to one flight
      Evening:
      Prague and Brussels (!!) merged
      Tirana and Skopje merged

      And somebody might say it's only bad publicity :-)


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    3. Sofia departed at 22.20!!!!

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  8. I hope Adria come through its albeit multitude of problems. Haters will though continue to hate and populate the comment sections in their droves, unless of course a strike has been averted or a collective agreement signed...

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    1. Long time hoped they come through, as I am heavily dependent on Adria for business flights out of LJU. Looking at the reality, its worse and worse every day. So now I have really given up all hope and now just hope for fast (and accidentless) end to this. And hopefully quick reaction by LH/LX... to get us going again.

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    2. Given all the wet leasing business going on at LH, LX, OS, I seriously doubt they have extra capacity to fly to LJU. So, good luck flying to anywhere from LJU. But since most of the Slovenes use VCE, ZAG, TRS, GRZ, it shouldn't be such a big deal.

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  9. Amsterdam just cancelled as well today! Complete disaster... Someone knows what is going on today? Anything beyond the usual incompetence in counting available planes?

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    1. Only 2xA319, 1xCRJ7 and 1xCRJ9 + additional WDL E190 available today in LJU. :-(

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  10. https://www.tio.ch/ticino/attualita/1392408/swiss-sui-voli-cancellati-siamo-in-stretto-contatto-con-adria-airways

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  11. https://siol.net/posel-danes/novice/adrii-zasegli-prva-letala-vrstijo-se-odpovedi-letov-507591

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    1. Well, at least some Slovenes will be happy. Good luck going to BRU, FRA, MUC and especially to the Balkans. You hated Adria, now say hello to nobody. Lufthansa, Brussles Airlines, Swiss don't give a crap about LJU (at least not three times per day).

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    2. you know what the joke saying is here (and I dont mean it in any nationalistic way, but it's a clever wordplay): excluding CRO for summer holidays the slovenes don't go to the balkans to visit, only slovenian citizens do so.

      so basically only the politicians will not be very happy cause their BRU connection will be a bit bumpy at the beginning.

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  12. Apparently one of the lessors grounded two CRJ-900s from Adria https://live.finance.si/8952764/Neuradno-upnik-prizemljil-dve-Adriini-letali-To-je-konec-zgodbe?src=live

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    1. I guess this is it.

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    2. without some 10-20 million eur in the very very short future is game over. if they don't have anything in their hands, it's a matter of days or a week or so.

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  13. On top of that next month Transavia is increasing LJU to 5 weekly on the 737!

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    1. you really think JP makes it to next month? optimistic i must say

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    2. I wrote Transavia, not Adria. I think Transavia knows JP won't make for much longer so they are making preparations.

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    3. i read it correctly...but you wrote "on top of that" -> i was refering to that...there will not be on top on anything...next month will be probably without JP, so no baseline to put something on top of that. sematics, i know, but why the hell not :)

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    4. hahaha ok, in that case both Transavia and I agree with you.

      Interesting how AF-KL has been the most prepared for this scenario. AF cut the code-share ages ago and is doubling flights while KL is responding through Transavia. I think KL-HV will have more seats in LJU than in ZAG next month.

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    5. yes. and TK for IST made the proper moves ahead of time. It was also posted somewhere that even Transavia spoke person said they are actually surprised how well the route is going from the get-go.

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  14. Party continues this morning.

    Zurich cancelled.

    Brussels rescheduled from 06.55 to 08.30.

    Tirana delayed from the start from 12.25 to 13.30.

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