Finnair has reached an agreement with pilots on a series of cost-cutting measures that will generate savings of €17 million ($22 million) a year. The savings, agreed to by the Finnish Air Line Pilots’ Association (SLL), will largely be achieved through salary and working time changes. In June, Finnair and SLL had agreed to transfer to a new wage model, but the savings solution ultimately agreed upon is based on the current wage model. Approximately €11 million worth of ...

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