UK - United Airlines' decision to suspend pension contributions while operating under bankruptcy protection in the US will affect 600 workers in the UK.
Ground staff in the UK were already due to be balloted on strike action over pay deals when United made the announcement.
United failed to make a scheduled $72m (£39.4m) contribution to its pension funds three weeks ago, and announced it would not make a further $469m (£272m) due in contributions by October.
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