Amerijet International and pilots represented by the International Brotherhood of Teamsters announced a four-year contract yesterday, ending five years of negotiations and a strike that began Aug. 27 (ATWOnline, Sept. 3). The union said "a revised sick-leave policy and the addition of onboard toilet facilities" were part of the deal, along with improved wages and benefits. Amerijet operates 727 and 767 freighters out of Miami.

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