KLM and its pilots have hit an impasse in their collective-labor agreement (CLA) talks, after the Dutch carrier failed to agree to cockpit crewmembers’ demands by their Aug. 17 deadline. The previous CLA expired last January and, while the backbone of a new deal was agreed upon in May, sticking points remain over work pressure and work-life balance. A spokesman for the Dutch pilots union (Vereniging Nederlandse Verkeersvliegers [VNV]) previously told Aviation Daily sister ...

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