Air Transat (TS) and its flight attendants, represented by the Canadian Union of Public Employees, have reached a pact that amends the collective agreement signed in November 2010. The agreement calls for a deferment of planned wage increases and a variable compensation formula after the airline adopted a plan hastening a return to profitability, TS said in a statement. TS president and CEO Jean-Marc Eustache said, "We are continuing to implement the plan announced in late 2011 to ...

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