American Airlines is offering mid-term pay raises to its pilots and flight attendants so they are compensated in line with their peers at Delta Air Lines and United Airlines—a voluntary move almost unprecedented in US airline labor history. American Airlines’ chairman and CEO Doug Parker and president Robert Isom announced the offer in a letter and press release April 26. While it requires the formal acceptance of the unions that represent the airlines’ pilots and flight ...

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