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Air France to launch new low-cost arm after pilots’ vote

Air France to launch new low-cost arm after pilots’ vote

Air France pilots have overwhelmingly accepted a plan for a low-cost company, to be known as Boost, leaving the company free to launch it in the autumn.
Following cabin crews’ acceptance last week of a new contract, the pilots’ approval by 78.2 percent in a referendum removes the last obstacle to the creation of Boost.
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