Frontier Airlines pilot leaders—frustrated with the slow pace of contract talks—plan to ask members, represented by the Air Line Pilots Association (ALPA), for authority to strike if negotiations break down and the federal government authorizes a walkout. ALPA’s Frontier Airlines Master Executive Council (MEC) voted unanimously Aug. 9 to conduct a strike-authorization ballot that will open Aug. 22 and close Sept. 8. According to ALPA, once passed, the ballot would ...

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