British Airways is set to avoid a pilots' strike after the airline reached an agreement on the outline of a pay deal with the union, The Financial Times reported on Tuesday 18 October.
The IAG-owned carrier's agreement with the British Airline Pilots' Association (BALPA) includes a 4% pay rise for this year.
"We are pleased to have agreed a pay proposal in principle with BALPA, which will now be put to members with a recommendation from the union," British Airways said in a statement.
The carrier has also agreed to additional pay rises for pilots who were made redundant during the COVID-19 pandemic but have now returned, according to the report.
The carrier had in July agreed to pay deals with the GMB and Unite unions.
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BALPA did not immediately respond to a Reuters request for comment.