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Saudiís dirty game against its pilots

Old 22nd May 2020, 21:05
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Shall we close this thread now?
enogh has been said and everyone is revolving around writing what has already been written.
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Old 23rd May 2020, 22:32
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Originally Posted by Mgggpilot View Post
Shall we close this thread now?
enogh has been said and everyone is revolving around writing what has already been written.
Yes... Enough said.. Halas...close it please
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Old 24th May 2020, 02:33
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Originally Posted by Mgggpilot View Post
Shall we close this thread now?
enogh has been said and everyone is revolving around writing what has already been written.
Understand that it may be somewhat repetitive in areas but unless it is vitriolic and becoming a diatribe, whilst people are still posting than why close? Let it die a natural death where posts stop. As has been pointed out mannnnny times if you do not like something on social media donít read it, open it, follow it.
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Old 24th May 2020, 08:58
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Originally Posted by Saudia4saudis View Post
With all respect and to try make it simple. This is the world we live in, countries will always hire their own over foreigners. I don’t expect that I could be hired by Delta or Lufthansa due to my nationality and regardless of anything else.
Saudi has a growing population and one day sooner or later we will be able to fill all captain spots.
I believe if someone wants to work overseas, they should look for a country that doesn’t have the population (qatar) or the qualification like china for example where there is a lot of expansion and not a lot of qualified nationals, but we all know that if the Chinese have the qualified nationals they wouldn’t ever give the job to an outsider, they have a lot of jobless people already.

I wish you luck and that you get fair treatment. If there is fingers to point, point it at this virus and not at airlines trying to protect jobs of there nationals
Very often seen during a mass calamity or catastrophe such as hurricanes or earthquakes, most people hunker down for protection. Some run indoors some go back where they came from while others simply brave the storm. But there are a few, very few even, who actually look forward to such a calamity and take this opportunity to in fact dig the graves of the dead in the hope of finding any possible valuables that they may be able to steal or get a hold of ! Sometimes they go a step further and even kill a person who is in fact alive and simply seeking protection from the same catastrophe, so as to vandalize and steal his valuables and possessions.
This grave digger mentality best describes the Saudia way of dealing and their normal reaction during situations such as these covid 19 days !

Not only is Saudia sacking its entire expat workforce unscrupulously and unethically with little or minimum notice but it is going a step further ensuring that the goal posts are moved around perfectly to suit its illegal game. Pilots are left hanging to dry onto a piece of string with just weeks of notice and then even the little remuneration that is is due to them is withdrawn stating some obsolete law of the land or the other. These laws are changed overnight to suit and feed the pockets of corrupt officials in an already sinking state economy.
This is not a new normal. This is simply the normal, which is nothing new !
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Kicking out a fully operational pilot at the slightest hint of a quarterly loss in company earnings during a global pandemic is pathetic and unscrupulous. Denying him his basic rights and remunerations when he is already reeling at a job loss is simply sick !
And very very Saudi in nature.

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Old 24th May 2020, 11:33
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Originally Posted by Lucifer786 View Post
Very often seen during a mass calamity or catastrophe such as hurricanes or earthquakes, most people hunker down for protection. Some run indoors some go back where they came from while others simply brave the storm. But there are a few, very few even, who actually look forward to such a calamity and take this opportunity to in fact dig the graves of the dead in the hope of finding any possible valuables that they may be able to steal or get a hold of ! Sometimes they go a step further and even kill a person who is in fact alive and simply seeking protection from the same catastrophe, so as to vandalize and steal his valuables and possessions.
This grave digger mentality best describes the Saudia way of dealing and their normal reaction during situations such as these covid 19 days !

Not only is Saudia sacking its entire expat workforce unscrupulously and unethically with little or minimum notice but it is going a step further ensuring that the goal posts are moved around perfectly to suit its illegal game. Pilots are left hanging to dry onto a piece of string with just weeks of notice and then even the little remuneration that is is due to them is withdrawn stating some obsolete law of the land or the other. These laws are changed overnight to suit and feed the pockets of corrupt officials in an already sinking state economy.
This is not a new normal. This is simply the normal, which is nothing new !
🤬

Kicking out a fully operational pilot at the slightest hint of a quarterly loss in company earnings during a global pandemic is pathetic and unscrupulous. Denying him his basic rights and remunerations when he is already reeling at a job loss is simply sick !
And very very Saudi in nature.
That is the most insane post that I have ever read on PPRuNe
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Old 24th May 2020, 14:26
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Originally Posted by kungfu panda View Post
That is the most insane post that I have ever read on PPRuNe
True.
Recognition of sanity is a privilege limited to the intelligent 😉
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Old 26th May 2020, 15:07
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On what planet do you live? Do you listen to the news around you? Airlines are shutting down or going bankrupt. Did you expect that SAUDIA will stop paying its own nationals in order to pay the expat? Seriously... Wake up man
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Old 27th May 2020, 11:16
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Bassem you might want to re-read my last post.
A little slowly this time around
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Old 27th May 2020, 15:16
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Get along children!
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