Pilots at Dutch carrier KLM have given the airline until Aug. 17 to agree a new collective labor agreement (CLA) or face industrial action. KLM’s previous pilot CLA expired in January 2018, eight months ago. Talks over a replacement deal have been underway for months, but while a breakthrough seemed likely in May, no agreement has been reached. “We have sent a final proposal to them. They need to agree to the proposal by Friday [Aug. 17]. If they do, we have a deal. If not, we ...

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