Delta Air Lines pilots, represented by the Air Line Pilots Assn., offered concessions valued at an average of $90.7 million per year over four years, "considerably more than Delta needs to reach its goal of a 0.82 cents pilot CASM," according to the union. The proposal encompasses among other things a reduction in pilot pay by 9% commencing Dec.1 for seven months and then by 7% for six months and 5% thereafter, as well as changes to work rules and benefits. According to ALPA, the ...

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