Air Jamaica pilots will take a 5.6% pay cut under a new contract reached with the airline last week. According to the Associated Press, the 180 pilots also agreed to a reduction in a range of employee benefits, including meal allowances and overtime pay. The carrier, which has posted massive losses owing to higher fuel costs and a significant drop in passengers following 9/11, did not reveal how much it will save with the new deal.
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