British Airways pilots have settled their pay dispute with the carrier.
BA members of pilots union Balpa have voted in favour of a new agreement.
Around 4,000 BA pilots walked out over 9-10 September, the first strike by BA pilots for 40 years.
A second 24-hour walkout scheduled for 27 September was pulled.
The new agreement was hammered out last month, under the auspices of government conciliation service Acas.
It is understood to include an 11.5% pay increase over three years, as well as new terms and conditions.
Balpa’s BA members voted “nearly nine to one” in favour of the deal.