It is an incredibly sad day for Scandinavian aviation. Norwegian’s subsidiaries in Denmark and Sweden have filed for bankruptcy
Monday, March 20, 2020 is a sad day for Danish and Scandinavian aviation. Norwegians’s four companies in Denmark and Sweden have filed for bankruptcy. This leaves the pilots and cabin crew in Norwegian in a difficult situation.
The decisions about filing for bankruptcies in the four crew subsidiaries were made by the respective boards today.
In Denmark, the subsidiaries concerned are Norwegian Pilot Services Denmark ApS (NPSD), Norwegian Cabin Services Denmark ApS (NCSD) and Norwegian Air Resources Denmark LH ApS (NAR LH DK).
– It is a very sad day. We are talking about good Danish jobs based on sound collective agreements. These jobs are worth fighting for.
– We are in dialogue with our union representatives and our members. We are currently working hard to clarify the situation in order to assist our members in the best possible way, says the chairman of the FPU, Thilde Waast.
The FPU represents the pilots in the two Danish subsidiaries, and the chairman of the FPU encourage the members to make sure to check their email-inbox daily for the next while.