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New TAP boss hopes dialogue can overcome strike threat

by TPN/Lusa, in News · 01-02-2018 13:59:00 · 0 Comments

The new CEO of flag-carrier TAP, Antonoaldo Neves, has said that he hopes there will not be a strike by cabin crew at the airline and that the process can be resolved through dialogue.

New TAP boss hopes dialogue can overcome strike threat

TAP’s new boss said he believed deeply in transparent, open dialogue, adding that all strikes and all announced strikes are resolved one way or another.
After seeing his name approved as CEO of the company at the shareholder general assembly on Wednesday, he said he was very motivated and felt great responsibility to contribute towards this company that has all it needs to be one of the best in Europe.
Among the most urgent challenges, he said, was the need to “improve customer service”, recalling the “severe restrictions” at Lisbon airport that harm punctuality.
“We need to improve punctuality. Our punctuality is average. TAP needs to be one of the most punctual airlines in the world”,
he said.

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Edition 1475
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