Austrian Airlines and its Tyrolean Airways subsidiary presented its employees with a framework plan for a new collective wage agreement, which could lead to the merging the two carriers and eliminating the Tyrolean brand. The agreement includes new flight duty rules, a new salary scale, a profit-sharing scheme based on net profit, a revised pension fund model as well as a new career model for cabin and cockpit staff. It also includes a revised pension fund model and a new career ...

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