Air Europa has closed this Thursday a new collective agreement for its cabin crew (TCP) with the unions Sitcpla, Comisiones Obreras and Aacefsi that will be submitted to their affiliates in the coming days. The new agreement, valid from January 1 to December 31, 2025, provides for an accumulated salary increase in these three years of 11.93%, according to Sitcpla.
For this exercise, the increase will be 5%; in 2024, 4%, and in 2025, 2.5%, to which are added bonuses for objectives (productivity, punctuality and availability) that will be received in 2024 and 2025.
Sitcpla has reported that next week it will convene face-to-face assemblies for the Madrid base and telematics for the rest. After the assemblies, a telematic voting period will be opened for the ratification of the pre-agreement text, which are the bases on which the IV Collective Agreement will be based, whose final text will also be put to a vote. If the text of the pre-agreement or the subsequent collective agreement is not approved, the collective agreement will remain in force.
The preliminary agreement comes after two days of intense meetings of the negotiating table of the agreement of the
The pre-agreement achieved with the cabin crew contrasts with the conflict between Air Europa and its pilots, who will join eight new strike days on the 22nd, 23rd, 25th, 26th, 29th and 30th of this month and on the 1st and 2nd June, after the four carried out at the beginning of May. According to Sepla, the convening union, the mobilization responds to “the tension and labor conflict generated by the directors of Air Europa, playing with the rights of workers, disguising as proposals what supposes a real loss of labor rights acquired in the IV collective agreement”.