The Icelandic Parliament has banned all industrial action by Icelandair pilots, according to an airline statement. The Icelandic Airline Pilots Association (FIA) had reportedly planned to strike for nine days between May 9 and June 3, which would have affected 600 flights and 100,000 passengers. The carrier was forced to cancel 26 flights May 9. If the airline and FIA do not reach an agreement by June 1, an arbitration court will decide pilot wages and benefits before July 1. Several ...

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