Royal Air Maroc (RAM) reportedly reached an agreement with the National Trade Union of Moroccan Pilots (AMPL) Aug. 14, ending a four-week dispute that caused 150 flight delays and cancellations during the peak holiday season. According to the daily Morocco World News, the pilots union—which began strike action July 18—had asked for better working conditions and a salary increase of MAD15,000 ($1,573) per month. According to the Maghreb Post, the union said there was no strike, ...

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