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Air Malta withdraws Inhibition Order against ALPA

Air Malta has stated that to ensure that discussions with ALPA continue, this being the union that represents airline pilots, the company has agreed to withdraw the Inhibition Order against the union.

As a gesture of goodwill Air Malta has also agreed to make good the expenses related to the case.

In a statement, Air Malta said that as from the coming Monday the two parties will continue with discussions.

Air Malta had taken out an Inhibition Order after ALPA had ordered industrial action after the Government refused to give a guarantee that each pilot be compensated with €700,000 if the company ceases operations.

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