The European Commission has set out recommendations to improve social standards in European aviation, a sector that directly employs 2 million people and supports 9.4 million jobs overall, in a report published March 1. The report highlights the challenges pilots and cabin crew face in a sector marked by more competition, increased automation and digitalization, and atypical forms of employment such as employing crew through intermediaries. It aims to improve legal certainty for aircrews by ...

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