Ryanair subsidiary LaudaMotion and its pilots have reached an agreement on two labor issues, avoiding the possibility of job cuts at the Vienna-based LCC, according to a local news report. Both sides agreed to “another wording” of the carrier’s policy of placing pilots on vacation when they reached the legal limit of 900 flight hours per year, Sandro Mayer, chairman of the works council representing employees, told the Austria Press Agency (APA) Aug. 13. The airline and ...

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