Wednesday, 4 October 2017

Thomas Cook Revised scheduled for 06 October 2017


Another strike for Thomas Cook's pilots has been confirmed for 6th October and is scheduled to start at 00:01 and last until 23:59 following failed talks between the airline and the BALPA union.

Thomas Cook as put together contingency plans, much like it did with the last pilot strikes, by rearranging and rescheduling its flights, details of which follow here.





Flight No
Flying From
Departure Time
Arrival Time
Flying to
MT
1246
Manchester
04:00
07:35
Mahon
MT
1247
Mahon
08:35
10:15
Manchester
MT
1316
Glasgow
03:30
07:15
Mahon
MT
1317
Mahon
08:15
10:15
Glasgow
MT
1362
Glasgow
04:20
08:05
Reus
MT
1363
Reus
08:55
10:35
Glasgow
MT
1430
Glasgow
03:25
07:25
Alicante
MT
1431
Alicante
08:25
10:25
Glasgow
MT
1162
East Midlands
04:20
07:50
Palma
MT
1163
Palma
08:50
10:25
East Midlands
MT
1502
East Midlands
04:25
08:00
Mahon
MT
1503
Mahon
09:00
10:30
East Midlands
MT
1216
London Gatwick
03:50
07:15
Palma
MT
1217
Palma
08:15
09:50
London Gatwick
MT
106
Stansted
06:30
12:40
Antalya
MT
1079
Skiathos
16:05
17:50
Stansted
MT
1062
Bristol
04:35
08:05
Mahon
MT
1063
Mahon
09:05
10:30
Bristol
MT
1248
Birmingham
03:55
07:15
Palma
MT
1249
Palma
08:15
09:50
Birmingham
MT
1020
Birmingham
04:30
08:00
Mahon
MT
1021
Mahon
09:00
10:30
Birmingham
MT
1626
Newcastle
02:35
07:55
Corfu
MT
1627
Corfu
08:55
10:35
Newcastle


Thomas Cook claims to have kept disruption to a minimum and most flight crews have been incredibly accommodating to the airline's requests to change shifts and alter other arrangements in order to keep flying.

The airline also warns that even if the strike is called off, or doesn't go ahead for any other reason, the above schedule will still apply.  There is a sense that the airlines' management feels a little bolder now in the wake of the collapse of Monarch, according to some at the airline.

BALPA has also warned of a strike on 12 and 19 October and at this stage, it looks as those will go ahead as the official line coming out of Thomas Cook is "We remain keen to resolve this dispute in the interest of all those involved." without giving in any concessions.




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