Atlantic Southeast Airlines pilots, represented by the Air Line Pilots Assn., set up a strike center at an undisclosed location in Atlanta in apparent frustration over the status of four-year-old contract negotiations. "ASA management has destroyed pilot morale and goodwill by dragging negotiations through the mud for a fourth year," MEC Chairman David Nieuwenhuis said, noting that talks first began in September 2002. He further charged that SkyWest Inc., which purchased the carrier from ...

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