We passengers would never ever fly with pilots who have a bad day.
the President of the Swedish pilotförening said in Friday's News that the ”pilotyrket is a profession where quick decision and a bad day at work means that in the best case scenario of the job and in the worst case, hundreds of people are injured or lose their lives”.
not feeling good will obviously stay at home, and it often happens to her enough to think about their career choices.
A SAS pilot with a final salary of 97.000 crowns after two-year vocational training can hardly expect any sympathy from the public when you go on strike for a pay increase of 13%.
nor can we passengers understand that they are comparing their salaries with other countries that have completely different costs of living. It is just to look for a job in the country and move there – if he or she get the job when you said that you have bad days.