Air France (AF) has reached agreements with most unions representing ground staff, cabin crew and pilots to renegotiate working conditions to improve the company’s overall productivity and bottom line. The agreements cover the framework and methodology for talks on how to reach a 20% efficiency improvement and are a “first step in Air France’s transformation process,” it said. It aims to conclude a “consistent set” of new collective bargaining ...

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