Norway -Pilot strike called off -November 04, 2o12

600 pilots of budget airline Norwegian Air Shuttle called off a planned strike after four days of government mediation yielded a deal that secures their current work agreements. The trade union Parat stated that as part of the deal, pilots will have joint collective agreements in Scandinavian countries, which still form the core of the firm's operations, and pilots elsewhere will get equal career opportunities.



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