Crossair pilots reach deal with management

Crossair pilots finalise pay package with management Keystone

Switzerland's leading regional airline, Crossair, has struck a pay deal with pilots, ending a long-standing dispute over salaries and conditions of service.

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Majority owned by the SAir Group, Crossair and the pilots trade union have agreed to extend their current contract until the end of August.

From July, co-pilots will get a pay increase of five per cent, while captains will get a pay rise of up to 18 per cent.

The pilots union agreed to negotiate a new contract with Crossair for September onwards, based on a study by the University of Sankt Gallen.

The University will analyse the system of remuneration, working hours and conditions before presenting its findings in September.

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