Air France said it expects "normal" operations this weekend after the majority of the six unions representing cabin crew called off a proposed strike scheduled for March 28-31 (ATWOnline, March 18). The unions had proposed the four-day stoppage in protest of cost-cutting measures foreseen in the carrier's so-called NEO [New European Offer] plan. As part of the overhaul of its short- and medium-haul network, due to take off April 1, AF is seeking to remove one flight attendant from each of ...

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