Air France and its pilots, putting several months of tense negotiations and two weeks of strikes in September behind them, have reached a tentative deal that will see Transavia France grow steadily starting next summer and keep a pan-European Transavia off the table. Members of the SNPL Air France ALPA union, which represents about 72% of Air France pilots, still must approve the deal. The proposed accord will be presented on Friday at the special board meeting of SNPL Air France ALPA and ...

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