The current CEO of the company, Dave Pflieger, is among those listed to receive bonuses, but it is not clear how much he could get. The airline wants to share the $ 250,000 bonus offered between Pflieger and other employees.
If approved, the bonuses would come even as executives questioned why some of the airline’s biggest planes were being sold to a California-based company for less than some competitors offered, according to APR.
“We will pay more than what FLOAT paid. If we get the chance, we’ll outbid them today, ”the CEO of an Alaska-based company told APR of the sale to the California-based company. “But we were excluded from this process. Why? We do not know.
RavnAir has so far laid off more than 1,000 employees as part of its bankruptcy process and awarded its CEO more than $ 1.4 million in wages and other payments over the past year, according to MPR.