Ryanair pilots voted "overwhelmingly" to accept a 12-month pay freeze and productivity increases in lieu of the 10% pay cut originally sought by the airline. "We are still lowering air fares, which means we will suffer losses in both our third and fourth quarters of the current year," Director-Flight Operations and Ground Operations David O'Brien said (ATWOnline, Feb. 3). "Our pilots have recognized the difficulties we face and are making their contribution." Pilots at each of Ryanair's 31 ...

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