Lufthansa announced that its regional carrier Eurowings has reached a new five-year wage agreement with its 300 pilots, represented by the Vereinigung Cockpit (VC) pilot union. The collective bargaining partners agreed to a wage increase of 2.5% for 2015 and at least 2% for subsequent years, depending on the rate of inflation. “Signing the wage agreements means the forthcoming renewal of the Eurowings fleet with Airbus A320 aircraft, and thereby the safeguarding of Eurowings and its ...

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