Ten European airlines and two bodies that unite Europe’s pilot and transport workers’ unions have called on European Union (EU) regulators to take action on atypical-employment structures, arguing that these practices distort competition. The Airline Coordination Platform (ACP)—which represents Air France, Austrian, Air Dolomiti, Brussels Airlines, Croatia Airlines, KLM, Lufthansa, Lufthansa Cargo, SAS and TAP Portugal—has joined forces with the European Cockpit ...

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