Air New Zealand and the union representing flight attendants planning to go on strike are to talk over the issues again on Thursday.
Some 240 union members at the airline's subsidiary, Zeal 320, are to walk off the job for four days from 7 May.
The Engineering, Printing and Manufacturing Union says they want pay parity with other Air New Zealand employees.
Air New Zealand says Zeal employees are already paid the same as airline staff. It says any flight attendants who go on strike will be locked out.