Air France pilots, apparently digging in against expansion of a low-cost subsidiary in France, showed no signs of ending their walkout despite confirmation that Air France-KLM has officially dropped plans to launch a pan-European low-cost carrier. The board regarded the step as a “major concession to reach an agreement” with pilot unions SNPL and SPAF, but the move to abolish Transavia Europe has not given management what it sought.  SNPL and SPAF, which went on strike Sept. ...

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