Southwest Airlines pilots voted to reject a tentative agreement on a new labor contract that had been reached between their union leadership and airline management. The Southwest Airlines Pilots Association (SWAPA), which represents more than 8,300 Southwest pilots, said rank-and-file flight deck crew had rejected the tentative agreement by a 62%-38% margin. More than 95% of the union’s members voted on the tentative accord, which was reached in September. The rejection, which came ...

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