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Mango, Solidarity reach pay deal

Nov 01 2012 16:30
Sapa
Johannesburg - Low-cost airline Mango and trade union Solidarity reached a pay agreement at the CCMA, avoiding a possible strike by the airline's pilots, the company said on Thursday.

"We are pleased that we reached an agreement...the details of which remain confidential," said Mango spokesman Hein Kaiser.

The two sides were engaged in a wage dispute that the union eventually took to the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA).

Solidarity accused the airline of underpaying its pilots.

The two sides agreed last year to start a three-year process which would see Mango pilots' salaries levelled with that of other low-cost airline pilots.
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