US FAA and the National Air Traffic Controllers Assn. announced that an independent team of arbitrators released its decision on controller compensation yesterday, concluding "a challenging mediation process that has produced a landmark labor agreement." NATCA's 14,000 controller members will have 45 days to ratify the "many agreed upon issues." The five issues decided by arbitrators, including pay and benefits, are not subject to ratification. FAA and NATCA did not release details of the ...

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