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  • Their skills aren't as easy to replace as cabin crew, for example, and wet-leasing planes—leased aircraft that come with full crews—is expensive.

    Aer Lingus Pilots Plan Walkout

  • Their skills aren't as easy to replace as, for example, cabin crew, and wet-leasing planes—leasing aircraft that come with a full contingent of staff—is expensive.

    EasyJet Offers New Deal for Pilots

  • Their skills aren't as easy to replace as cabin crew, for example, and wet-leasing planes—leasing aircraft that come with full crews—is expensive.

    EasyJet Pilots Vote for Pay Deal

  • Their skills aren't as easy to replace as, for example, cabin crew, and wet-leasing planes—leased aircraft that come fully staffed—is expensive.

    Virgin Atlantic Pilots Vote to Strike

  • Their skills aren't as easy to replace as cabin crew, for example, and wet-leasing planes—leasing aircraft that come with full crews—is expensive.

    EasyJet Pilots Vote for Pay Deal

  • Unite cited analyst and media reports to back up its figures and said that a "source within BA" told the union that wet-leasing 20 aircraft during the first strike cost £7 million and that total leasing costs for the first three-day stoppage likely were twice that.

    ATW Daily News

  • Unite cited analyst and media reports to back up its figures and said that a "source within BA" told the union that wet-leasing 20 aircraft during the first strike cost £7 million and that total leasing costs for the first three-day stoppage likely were twice that.

    ATW Daily News

  • The impact is composed of £20 million in lost revenue, £10 million in additional costs such as wet-leasing aircraft for extra flights to repatriate stranded passengers and £20-£45 million in customer compensation costs.

    ATW Daily News

  • Unite cited analyst and media reports to back up its figures and said that a "source within BA" told the union that wet-leasing 20 aircraft during the first strike cost £7 million and that total leasing costs for the first three-day stoppage likely were twice that.

    ATW Daily News

  • Unite cited analyst and media reports to back up its figures and said that a "source within BA" told the union that wet-leasing 20 aircraft during the first strike cost £7 million and that total leasing costs for the first three-day stoppage likely were twice that.

    ATW Daily News

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