AMR Corp., parent of American Airlines (AA), and its pilots on Friday reached an agreement on language for a new labor deal.
AMR Corp., parent of American Airlines (AA), and its pilots on Friday reached an agreement on language for a new labor deal. AA’s 10,000 pilots, represented by the Allied Pilots Assn. (APA), are the lone major labor group that has not agreed to a concessionary contract with the airline, which is navigating through Chapter 11 bankruptcy restructuring (ATW Daily News, Oct. 3). According to the APA, it will proceed in compliance with policy manual requirements and vote to send the ...
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