SNPL

AcronymDefinition
SNPLSyndicat National des Pilotes de Ligne (French: National Union of Airline Pilots; France)
SNPLSindicato Nacional dos Professores Licenciados (Portugese: National Union of Licensed Professors)
SNPLSpice Nepal Private Limited (mobile operator)
SNPLSpice Nepal Private Ltd. (telecommunications; Nepal)
SNPLSurface and Nanomaterials Physics Laboratory (Pohang University of Science and Technology, Korea)
SNPLStey Nevant Public Library (Farrell, PA)
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Others, including the more moderate CFDT union, which had urged Air France to back management's pay proposal, warned that "dialogue was blocked" and said the SNPL was too inflexible.
At the end of ceremony General Secretary SNPL Sports Cell, Mr.
The SNPL union confirmed that the action is now over after a walk-out grounded more than half of the airline's flights and stranded passengers worldwide.
Pilots' union SNPL and the airline have yet to reach an agreement over a dispute about the carrier's plans to expand its budget subsidiary Transavia.
The SNPL union confirmed that the action is now over after a walkout grounded more than half of the airline's flights and stranded passengers worldwide.
The SNPL union said in a text message that the strike was over.
But the main pilots union SNPL said it had made a "counter-offer" that would be discussed as talks resumed Thursday.
26, Reuters quoted the head of the SNPL union as saying on Saturday.
The SNPL national pilots' union has said its members are worried the company will abandon Transavia's development in France, blaming them, and focus on its expansion elsewhere in Europe, moving jobs outside the country.
Pilots belonging to the SNPL union are to begin a week of industrial action on Monday in response to the airline's plans for competing with budget airlines.
The SNPL union announced its decision on the eve of what Air France-KLM had denounced as a "contemptuous" protest that would have involved stoppages of several hours every day from May 3 to May 30.