Spirit Airlines suspended operations through Tuesday as its pilots walked off the job at the expiration of the federally mandated 30-day cooling-off period at midnight June 11-12. The airline previously had said it "developed plans to continue operations" should its Air Line Pilots Assn.-represented pilots go on strike (ATWOnline, June 9). In a statement, Spirit said it "offered over 30% pay increases totaling $70 million over five years, net of productivity ...

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