Air Canada (AC) and its 3,000 pilots said Thursday they will try again to reach a collective bargaining agreement that has so far been elusive.
Air Canada E-190. Courtesy, AC Air Canada (AC) and its 3,000 pilots said Thursday they will try again to reach a collective bargaining agreement that has so far been elusive. AC and the Air Canada Pilots Assn. (ACPA) union representing the flight deck crew said in a joint statement they “have agreed to re-commence negotiations.” The return to the negotiating table comes after AC accused pilots of disrupting service by engaging in unauthorized sickouts. The pilots, ...
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