Air France pilots have voted overwhelmingly in favor of a new pay deal with the French flag carrier, ending a year-long deadlock that resulted in a series of strikes in 2018. The SNPL pilots union said 85% of voting members approved the draft agreement announced by Air France Jan. 23. Turnout for the vote was about 70%. The union said the result demonstrated “the will of the Air France pilots to get involved in the future of the company” under the leadership of new Air ...

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