Swiss International Air Lines pilots are threatening to strike over plans to cut jobs in the carrier's regional business. The union is demanding a guarantee that more pilots will remain than Swiss planned under a cost reduction program and that those made redundant will receive better financial packages. "The pilots union now has a mandate for strike action, because 93% of the pilots voted in favor for that. Nevertheless, during the current contract, there is an agreement that there will ...

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