Aer Lingus received mixed news from the Impact trade union Friday as pilot members agreed to accept the carrier's cost savings package but cabin crew defeated a series of "extremely unpalatable" proposals from the airline. The Irish Air Line Pilots Assn., a branch of Impact, voted 81% to 19% to accept a 15% reduction in the number of EI pilots, a 10% pay cut, a three-year pay freeze, productivity increases and reduced pension benefits. The union and EI negotiated the cuts in January ...

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