Aer Lingus pilots called off a two-day strike scheduled to begin today after the carrier and the Irish Air Line Pilots Assn. agreed to commence talks through Ireland's Labour Relations Commission on pay and conditions at EI's new Belfast base (ATWOnline, Aug. 20). "We welcome the decision of IALPA to suspend the planned strike action," the airline said in a short statement. EI yesterday resumed its full transatlantic schedule but said today's Dublin-New York JFK flight and Wednesday's ...

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