EgyptAir Holding Company will accept resignations of pilots who want to leave the company in protest of their salary, the company's head said.
Under the company's rules, no pilot is allowed to terminate his contract with the company before serving three years, Captain Sameh El Hefny said on the fringe of opening EgyptAir Museum on Thursday.
He added that company will not kneel to any pressures, noting that the resignations will not affect the company's flights.
He said salaries could be raised after achieving profits and priority will be given to pilots.
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