PARIS (Reuters) - Unions at Air France on Friday called for a four-day strike starting June 23 over a continuing pay dispute that prompted the resignation of parent company Air France-KLM's
The dispute has already resulted in 15 days of walkouts this year, costing Europe's second-largest carrier by revenue up to 400 million euros (£351 million).
In a letter seen by Reuters, Couderc told the unions that Air France management would next week offer new measures aimed at ending the conflict.
The French government, already locked in a battle over reforms at state railway operator SNCF, has said it will not bail out Air France.
In a brief statement Air France-KLM said the strike was not compatible with concern for the future of Air France and confirmed that Couderc would meet union representatives on June 14 and come up with proposals.
(Reporting by Cyril Altmeyer; Writing by Matthias Blamont; Editing by David Goodman)
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