Air France-KLM Group and its pilot unions have reached an agreement over one of the most fractious aspects of the recent damaging strike by the cockpit crews. A major area of dispute during the 10-day strike was Air France Group’s plans for its Transavia low-cost (LCC) subsidiary. Transavia currently operates only from France and the Netherlands with around 50 Boeing 737s, but the parent group wanted to double it in size and transform it into a Europe-wide brand, with bases in several ...

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