PARIS–Air France-KLM Group CEO Jean-Marc Janaillac initiated a new consultation with Air France staff, putting his own job on the line in a bid to put an end to an “impasse” that has led to ongoing strikes and pay disputes the French airline said has cost an estimated €220 million ($270 million) to date. Air France workers have been holding a series of walkouts in recent weeks over pay, with unions arguing that salaries have been frozen since 2011 and pay offers ...

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