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Click Mexicana's two-day strike ended in agreement

Flight attendants at low-cost airline Click Mexicana reached an agreement on wages and other conditions.

In a news release, Click said the company agreed to pay a wage increase of 1 percentage point above inflation and an extra guaranteed day off per month.

The flight attendants union said the deal includes a 4.74 percent wage increase taking effect Dec. 1, and gives flight attendants four guaranteed days off each month, up from three.

Mexico's inflation is expected to be 3.85 percent this year and 3.87 percent in 2008, according to the Bank of Mexico's most recent survey of private sector analysts.

The company said Friday that the strike would affect 112 flights and approximately 7,000 passengers per day.

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