The mass "sick-out" comes ahead of a Friday deadline for potential investors to submit bids for Air Berlin assets."More than 30 flights" had to be scrapped early Wednesday as some 150 pilots handed in sick notices for a second day, an Air Berlin spokeswoman said.Duesseldorf and Berlin-Tegel airports were worst hit by the cancellations, she said, advising affected passengers "not to come to the airport".
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Somewhere it was written, or somebody had been told, not to go higher than this amount. This could have been, and , a ridiculously simple situation to remedy: increase the reward amount until the needed volunteers put their hands up.
What this required, though, was exactly the thing that airlines seem to be so afraid of: some on-the-spot resourcefulness.
For the record, and to clarify something that virtually nobody has pointed out: this was a United Express flight, not a United Airlines flight, operated by a contractor company called Republic Airways (no relation to the original Republic Airlines, which no longer exists). That doesn’t mitigate what happened, and the flight was operated on United’s behalf, using its livery and branding, which makes United at least equally responsible.
But, it’s a factual aspect of the story that has gone unmentioned.
The value of the reward is incrementally increased until somebody takes the bait. It appears the airline’s staff reached a point where they simply didn’t know what to do, and nobody was brave enough, or resourceful enough, to come up with something.