A Brussels Airlines pilot strike on May 14 and May 16 has limited the Belgium carrier to just 25% of its normal schedule, disrupting flights for 50,000 passengers at an estimated cost of €4.7 million ($5.6 million) per day. “Negotiations were suspended yesterday after an entire day of discussions,” A Brussels Airlines spokeswoman told ATW. “Brussels Airlines management has put a new proposal on the table, which is now being deliberated. Negotiation meetings will ...

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