Pilots at UK low-cost carrier (LCC) easyJet have voted in favor of industrial action in a dispute over pilot fatigue, triggering a last-minute offer from the airline. Earlier this month the pilots, represented by the BALPA union, said they were conducting an industrial action ballot that was scheduled to close Sept. 21. At the time, BALPA was remaining tight-lipped on the reason for the ballot, but it has now publicly confirmed it is over pilot fatigue. “BALPA members in easyJet ...

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