The Air Line Pilots Assn. last week elected Delta Air Lines ALPA Master Executive Council Chairman Lee Moak as its new president effective Jan. 1. In balloting among ALPA board members, Moak defeated the union's incumbent president, John Prater, and three other candidates. He will become ALPA's ninth head. He has worked for DL since 1988, currently serving as a 767-300ER captain. ALPA represents nearly 53,000 pilots at 38 airlines in the US and Canada.

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