UK low-cost carrier (LCC) easyJet’s cabin crew—represented by trade union Unite—will vote for possible strike action after negotiations over wages broke down July 3. The voting period will run from July 14 to Aug. 3. Unite, which represents around 2,000 of the LCC’s UK cabin crew at 11 bases, says the company is seeking unilaterally to impose a 2% pay raise for cabin crew and 2.5% for managers, with an average cabin crew salary of £25,000 ...

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