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February 28, 2021

Tarom: Ministry asks for development plan

Transport Minister Ioan Rus has asked the TAROM airline company on Tuesday for a development plan based on the air transport infrastructure’s strategic directions and in line with the Transport Master Plan, a Transport Ministry communiqué shows. At the same time, during the meeting between Ioan Rus, the TAROM leadership and the airline company’s unions, a meeting that took place on Tuesday at the ministry headquarters, the Transport Minister announced that he will ask the Audit Body to see whether there are management problems at the airline.  On the other hand, the pilots took the commitment to operate the next flights in order for the passengers not to be placed in uncomfortable situations.  Moreover, the sides involved agreed to form a working group in order to unblock the situation that led to several cases of flight delays and flight cancellations in the last two days and the solutions will be presented on Monday, September 22.  The team will be made up of two representatives of the Transport Minister, two representatives of the unions and two members of TAROM’s administration.  “Solutions have to be found within the law and in line with the company’s budget. On Monday we will have new talks in order to analyze the solutions identified by the working group. I ask you all to show rationality in order to jointly take the right measures to redress the company. I ask you to be 100 times more rational and 1,000 times less passionate,” Ioan Rus stated.  The TAROM pilots’ spontaneous labor strike started on Sunday, a day on which 12 flight delays and 2 flight cancellations were registered. Likewise, 7 TAROM flights were cancelled on Monday.

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