Oct 5, 2017
Thomas Cook pilots call off strikes
Pilots working for the travel group Thomas Cook have called off eight days of strikes that had been planned this month, the Balpa union has said. The strikes were cancelled after the two sides agreed to enter binding arbitration to resolve a pay dispute. It means that a strike planned for this Friday, a three-day strike from 12 October, and a four-day strike from 19 October have all been called off. The dispute is over a 1.5% pay offer, which Balpa has said is unreasonable. A strike on 8 September was the first by pilots at the company since 1974.
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