Air France has urged unions to call off planned strikes as it promised measures to improve the daily lives of its staff, but warned no new pay negotiations would take place while it is still run by an interim management team. Air France-KLM is in the thick of a labor conflict over pay that so far has cost the company its former CEO Jean-Marc Janaillac as well as €400 million ($466 million) following 15 strike days since February. Four more strike days are planned for June ...

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