Only time will tell to what extent the project will be hindered by the strike and the agreement brokered this week by both sides.
It's also important to note this agreement must still be approved by the pilots who were to be briefed on it on Friday and are expected to take a vote on it in mid-November.
SNPL says it has no "no idea" which way the pilots will go, especially because "they are coming out of a strike that had a high level of participation and some were very passionate," the union said.
For its part Air France is convinced the agreement will be ratified by the the pilots.
With the vote just two weeks away, we'll know soon enough who is right.