KLM pilots agree to government wage demands, clearing way for state support


© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: A KLM commercial passenger jet takes off in Blagnac near Toulouse

AMSTERDAM (Reuters) – Pilots at KLM, the Dutch arm of Air France (PA:), on Tuesday agreed to government wage demands, clearing the way for the airline to receive badly needed state support.

“The path is now clear for (Finance Minister Wopke) Hoekstra to determine whether the demands have been met” to receive 3.4 billion euros (3.06 billion pounds) in government-backed support, KLM said in a statement.

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