Virgin Atlantic Airways pilots represented by the British Airline Pilots' Assn. withdrew their threat of a strike after reaching a last-minute pay deal with management. Pilots had voted to strike for the first time in the airline's history as part of their ongoing dispute over pay and conditions with management (ATW Daily News, May 18). The content of the agreement was not disclosed but BALPA said details of the offer will be made public once it has been communicated to its ...

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