CSA Czech Airlines (OK) and its pilots have agreed to a year-long pay freeze as it heads toward the end of a three-year restructuring process. The agreement between the carrier and its pilots’ union, CZ ALPA, had been reached after negotiations carried out in a professional, sensible manner, with the mutual aim of ensuring the future of the carrier, said OK chairman and president Philippe Moreels. OK lost CZK241 million ($12.1 million) in 2011 and has received European Commission ...

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