A technical glitch in American Airlines’ pilot scheduling system has left the Dallas/Fort Worth-based carrier without enough pilots during the upcoming holiday season, igniting a social media uproar Nov. 29 when news of the situation became public. According to the Allied Pilots Association (APA), the union representing American’s 15,000 pilots, the airline first disclosed the failure within the pilot schedule bidding system Nov. 24. APA said American issued an update Nov. 28 ...

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