New Zealand’s major pilots union has failed to overturn a court ruling in a long-running pay dispute with Air New Zealand. The country’s Supreme Court rejected the union’s claim that a lower court, which had previously ruled in favor of Air New Zealand, did not have jurisdiction. The challenge had been filed by the New Zealand Air Line Pilots Association (NZALPA). The original dispute related to a 2013 pay rise granted by Air New Zealand to Boeing 737 pilots represented ...

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