The UK’s second-largest union has slammed easyJet flight cancellations in a scathing email obtained by Euronews.
In a letter to easyJet’s leadership team, Unite – which represents 60,000 aviation workers – demanded to know why the carrier was being forced to cancel dozens of flights per day and hadn’t proactively reduced its schedule in advance.
The union also accused the company’s embattled Chief Operating Officer (COO) Peter Bellew of only communicating with staff twice in almost three months, despite widespread chaos.
“This level of disruption and deterioration of the operation cannot continue,” the email reads.
“It is a serious safety risk to crew members and is having a disastrous effect on the easyJet
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