PARIS (Reuters) - Air France's AIRF.PA main SNPL pilots union has approved an expansion of its low-cost Transavia services, group Chief Executive Ben Smith said on Wednesday.
Plans to expand Transavia beyond the 40-plane limit currently imposed by a labor agreement was put to the SNPL membership in a referendum. Pilots voted by 78% to approve expansion of the fleet, which now stands at 30 planes, the Air France-KLM CEO told analysts during a results presentation.
Reporting by Laurence Frost; editing by Richard Lough
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