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British Airways pilots vote to settle pay dispute

Christian Fernsby |
British Airways pilots have voted to settle a dispute over pay and terms and conditions, the British Airline Pilots’ Association (BALPA) said on Monday.

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Members of the union employed by the International Consolidated Airlines-owned carrier voted by nearly 9 to 1 to accept the final agreement, the union said.

The two parties had last month reached a preliminary deal to end the pay dispute that resulted in the first walkout by pilots in the history of British Airways.

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