The Estonian Airline Pilots Association decided Sunday afternoon to postpone Monday's planned strike by one day after reaching a preliminary agreement with company management on the terms of a new collective agreement.
The union told uudised.err.ee that it wished to refrain from causing further economic harm to the troubled airline.
The strike was set to begin at 5:30 and it is now set for exactly 24 hours later, pending a meeting of the Estonian Air supervisory board tomorrow afternoon that could potentially OK the collective agreement.
Estonian Air spokeswoman Ilona Eskelinen said all flights were on schedule and that passengers should not be concerned over their travel plans.
"On Saturday, Estonian Air management and the pilots' association reached an agreement on the content of the terms of the collective agreement," she said.