KLM rejects pilot demands; pilots vow to ‘take action’

Credit: Rob Finlayson
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines and its pilots have hit an impasse in their collective-labor agreement (CLA) talks, after carrier failed to agree to pilot demands by an Aug. 17 deadline.The previous CLA expired in January 2018 and, while the backbone of a new deal was agreed to in May, a sticking point...

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