South Korean government ordered striking Korean Air pilots back to work Sunday, ending a strike that began Thursday and resulted in the cancellation of more than 1,100 passenger and cargo flights over the four-day period (ATWOnline, Dec. 9). The airline and the pilots, represented by the Flight Crew Union, now will negotiate an agreement with the help of a mediator. If they are unable to arrive at an accord, the government may arbitrate a settlement. FCU originally asked for a 6.5% ...

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