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Air NZ, cabin crew resolve long-running pay dispute

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A year-long dispute between Air New Zealand and cabin crew over pay on the trans-Tasman route has been settled.
The national carrier says a new collective agreement is being presented to flight attendants for ratification.
The cabin crew is employed by the airline’s subsidiary, Zeal 320. Workers argued they were paid less than crew working for Air New Zealand.
The sometimes bitter dispute has dragged on since October last year and involved staff taking industrial action.
In an attention-grabbing stunt, 10 cabin crew were suspended for wearing feather boas, lace gloves and pink wigs on flights – which is against the company dress code.
Details of the agreement is not known and neither side is talking until the ratification process finishes at the end of next week.

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