Thomas Cook Airlines UK (MT) cabin crew members of the Unite union voted to take industrial action over the company’s redundancy plans. The vote followed a breakdown of talks with the company's management over its refusal to improve redundancy terms, Unite said. MT intends to cut 498 cabin crew positions and eliminate the rank of assistant cabin manager. In a pre-close trading update issued at the end of September, Thomas Cook Group said it would reduce MT’s fleet ...

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