Pilot strike at South Africa's low-cost Mango airline ends after wage deal

Pilot strike at South Africa's low-cost Mango airline ends after wage deal
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - Pilots at South Africa's Mango, a low-cost airline owned by state-run national carrier South African Airways, on Friday reported for work ending a four-day strike, the union representing most of the pilots said.

The airline granted pilots a 7 percent salary hike and agreed to table an agreement outlining flight scheduling and hours of work within six months, trade union Solidarity said in a statement.

(Reporting by TJ Strydom; Editing by Ed Stoddard)

2017-10-20 09:43:06

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