The labor agreement that would have permitted Air Canada to go forward with its order for up to 36 777s and 14 787s (ATWOnline, June 21) was rejected primarily by Air Canada pilots unhappy over the integration of Air Canada and Canadian Airlines seniority lists following AC's purchase of its cross-country rival in 2000, the Air Canada Pilots Assn. confirmed Monday. Of pilots who voted, 54% opposed the agreement, which would have set pay rates and working conditions for 777 flightcrew. A ...

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