Mexicana Airlines reached a cost-cutting agreement with its pilots that the carrier said will lower expenses by $50 million annually. Reuters reported that the more than 800 pilots agreed to benefit cuts, including lower overtime pay and a shortening of vacations, in exchange for pay raises in each of the next four years. The wage increases will be calculated by taking the rate of inflation and adding one percentage point.

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