Singapore Airlines pilots urged by union to boycott company dinner

TradingMarkets.com, 11 Feb 2011 Singapore Airlines (SIA) pilots have been urged by their union to boycott an annual social gathering organised by the airline. The dinner, on Feb 25, is held by SIA to show its appreciation to pilots and honour top performers with service awards, its spokesman Nicholas Ionides said. In the last few months, SIA and the Air Line Pilots Association (Singapore), Alpa-S, have been embroiled in a tussle over pay and other benefits for employment beyond 62.

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