Air France-KLM made progress toward resolving a long-running conflict over pay with Air France’s workforce after one of its pilots’ unions agreed in principle to accept a new pay offer put forward by the group’s new CEO Benjamin Smith.  Smith met with unions Oct. 6 and informally set out a proposition that would give Air France’s workforce a 4% pay rise split into two 2% tranches—one backdated to Jan. 1, 2018 and one becoming effective in January 2019. He ...

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