DFS and GdF go to arbitration

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After a week of threats over possible strike action, DFS, the German air navigation service provider, and Gewerkschaft der Flugsicherung (GdF), the German air traffic controllers union, have agreed to go to arbitration to resolve their pay and conditions dispute. An eleventh hour decision to call in an independent employment arbitrator resulted in GdF cancelling its planned six-hour strike, just a few hours before it was due to commence.

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