Air Mauritius saga: fired pilots refuse to tender apologies
Patrick Hoffman, one of the fired pilots
Two of the three pilots fired by the National carrier of Mauritius have refused to tender written apologies to management and to recognise their wrongdoings.
A letter of apology is one of the conditions imposed by management to reinstate the fired pilots.
One of them, Frédéric Gébert, has already tendered such a letter and has been reinstated.
According to the spokesperson of cabin crew union, Gébert’s letter incriminates the tow other fired pilots.