“In ANA – Aeroportos de Portugal, the workers did not even subscribe 1% of the capital. We are going to see that in the case of TAP this is going to be very different”, the union leader said at the end of a meeting with the infrastructures secretary, Guilherme d’Oliveira Martins.

André Teives told reporters that the airline workers, through a platform of unions, would make history by being the only ones that influenced the privatisation specifications, which will happen again when the sale of the capital is launched for the workers, which, he added, “should be soon”.