Atlantic Southeast Airlines pilots voted to authorize a strike if negotiations for a new labor contract fail. The Air Line Pilots Assn. said in a statement yesterday that 92% of ASA pilots casting ballots favored giving union leaders authority to pursue a work stoppage. The union, representing 1,700 pilots at the SkyWest subsidiary that operates regional flights as a Delta Connection carrier, noted that negotiations have gone on since 2002 and have been conducted under National Mediation ...

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