Paris-based CityJet pilots have suspended their strike until 24 May after Air France's chief executive Alexandre de Juniac committed to meeting with union representatives shortly.
Pilots' union SNPL says the move is on condition that the meeting is scheduled before the end of this month.
Air France excluded CityJet from a regrouping of regional subsidiaries Brit Air, Régional and Airlinair into a new airline dubbed Hop in January, and has been conducting a review of its future.
With headquarters in Dublin, CityJet operates mainly from London City airport. The Irish subsidiary of Air France has been up for sale for nine months, and more than 90 of the personnel are covered by French employment law.
Separately, SNPL has resumed participation in Air France cost-cutting programme Transform as it is now satisfied that "the same economic efficiency efforts" are being asked of all categories of staff.