Aer Lingus pilots, represented by the Irish Airline Pilots' Assn., notified the carrier they will start industrial action next week in protest over the introduction over new rosters on the Airbus A320 and A330 fleets. IALPA, which is a branch of the Impact trade union, balloted its members over possible strike action last month (ATW Daily News, May 17) and was approved by approximately 87% of its pilots.  From June 7, pilots based in Cork and Dublin will not work on annual leave ...

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