Members of the Professional Pilots’ Union (PPU) have balloted in favor of a work-to-rule policy at UK carrier Virgin Atlantic Airways, as the group seeks to be the only pilot body represented at the airline. The PPU launched in January 2013, after 70% of Virgin Atlantic pilots backed the creation of a new union following a pay dispute in 2011. The PPU said it represents around 70% of pilots at Virgin Atlantic, although other sources indicate that the number could be closer to ...

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