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Grievance Update – CHQ-18-11 – Narita (Layovers of 32 hours or more)

The Union filed grievance, CHQ-18-11 (Click HERE to view) about Air Canada’s failure to provide a downtown Tokyo hotel on Narita Layovers of 32 hours or more.

This grievance has gone to Level 2, and mediation, and the parties have been trying to resolve the matter through the grievance process.

The Union is pleased to announce that effective December 1st, 2019 Air Canada has secured the InterContinental – ANA Tokyo hotel.  Click HERE to view a bulletin from the Hotel Committee, published on November 27th, 2019, that outlines the details of this hotel.

The Union has forwarded this matter to arbitration to address outstanding remedies as a result of this violation and will update the membership once the matter has been resolved.

In Solidarity,

Wesley Lesosky
President, Air Canada Component of CUPE

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