Las Vegas-based ultra-LCC Allegiant Air has asked for a court order that would prohibit its pilots from striking over the lack of progress on a new scheduling system, claiming the move would violate their collective bargaining agreement (CBA). The dispute is over a provision in the parties’ August 2016 calling for implementation of a Preferential Bidding System (PBS) via a letter of agreement (LOA) amending the CBA by mid-April 2017. Allegiant, at the request of its pilots ...

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