Unionized pilots of Aeromexico, Mexico’s largest airline, said on Tuesday that they plan to strike on Oct. 1 over the airline’s decision to suspend some benefits after a crash in northern Mexico.
In a preliminary report last week, Mexico’s civil aviation agency said bad weather likely caused the crash, adding that there was no evidence of human error or mechanical failures. The agency, however, found that a pilot in training, who was not authorized by the company, briefly served as copilot during the takeoff.
In response, Aeromexico last week said it had fired the three pilots who . . .