The Amsterdam Court of Appeal has determined KLM airline is no longer allowed to ask new pilots about their Covid “vaccine” status. According to the judge, among other things, there was no operational necessity for such a decision. Nevertheless, the association of Dutch Airline Pilots (VNV) is pleased with the Court’s decision and is celebrating its victory.
On Thursday, a judge declared that KLM would be fined 100,000 EUR per violation effective immediately. Thursday. In addition, the Court has immediately prohibited KLM from collecting and/or using Covid “vaccination” information in any way. In addition, the company is not allowed to reject candidates because they have not received the experimental mRNA injections.
The judge ruled that the infringement of the fundamental rights of candidates committed by KLM’s conduct in the application procedure is disproportionate because KLM has not been able to demonstrate that there is an operational necessity.
The VNV argued there are alternative measures that candidate pilots and those already working at KLM can participate in versus the “vaccine.” For example, they can undergo testing for the virus, which can also achieve the goal of effective planning.
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