A US bankruptcy judge has ruled that AMR Corp, parent of American Airlines (AA), can end its labor agreement with its pilots union.
A US bankruptcy judge has ruled that AMR Corp, parent of American Airlines (AA), can end its labor agreement with its pilots union. According to Reuters, Judge Sean Lane issued his ruling late Tuesday at a hearing in a New York court, saying the company had corrected certain issues that had caused him to reject its earlier same request. AMR can now unilaterally impose temporary work terms on its pilots as the sides continue to hash out long-term deals, Reuters reported. AA’s ...
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