Most Air France unions have called off strikes planned for June 23-26 in the latest twist in a months-long conflict with staff over pay that has so far led to 15 strike days, the resignation of the former Air France-KLM group CEO and a financial cost of around €400 million ($462 million). The unions said their threat of further strikes had led to off-the-record negotiations with management, but added: “Strikes are not an end in themselves but a means. Air France’s unions ...

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