Alaska Airlines pilots, represented by the Air Line Pilots Association (ALPA), have ratified a new five-year contract. ALPA said of the nearly 94% of 1,343 eligible pilots casting a ballot, 67% voted in favor of the agreement. The contract increases pay by nearly 20% over the life of the agreement and contains job security and work rule improvements. It also protects pilots’ retirement and insurance benefits. The airline’s last labor contract with its pilots was ratified in ...

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