Thomas Cook pilots will stage three more strikes this Autumn if talks at the conciliation service Acas do not resolve a pay dispute, their union has announced.
They will stage walkouts on September 23 and 29 and October 6 unless there is a breakthrough in talks, the British Airline Pilots' Association (Balpa) said.
Pilots at the travel company are currently on a 12-hour strike which started at 3am on Friday.
Balpa general secretary Brian Strutton said they will "focus on trying to make progress" and urged Thomas Cook to make an "acceptable offer" so they can call of the action.
A spokesman for Thomas Cook said they had offered a "fair" pay deal.
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Thomas Cook's ex chief executive Harriet Green has been handed a shares bonus worth £5.7 million.
Green is to donate a third to charity in the wake of the deaths of Christi and Bobby Shepherd from carbon monoxide poisoning on holiday in Corfu, the company said.
Ms Green was the subject of accusations by the mother of Bobbi and Christi Shepherd over a claim she used their memory to gain public sympathy.
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The mother of two children who died of carbon monoxide poisoning while on a Thomas Cook holiday in 2006 has accused the company's former boss of failing to show any "humanity".
Sharon Wood said Harriet Green has still not spoken to the family, and accused the ex-chief executive of trying to "offload" her guilt by donating a third of her shares to charity, and said it was "abhorrent" to use her children's deaths as a way to provoke public sympathy.
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