FlySafair explains why Solidarity is wrong about pay rise

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Dublin - FlySafair said Solidarity's views expressed in the media were "misleading and premature" on Wednesday after the trade union accused the low-cost airline of refusing to negotiate with pilots.

According to Derek Mans, Solidarity's organiser in the aviation industry, the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA) are to decide on the pilots' right to strike.

Mans said it would be in the public interest to have the dispute resolved as soon as possible as the absence of pilots will have a direct impact on FlySafair's core business.

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