ATA cockpit crewmembers, including pilots and flight engineers, ratified an agreement to extend short-term pay and work rule concessions that will save the company an estimated $10 million over the next four years. The concessions include an 18% pay cut over the next 120 days. According to the Air Line Pilots Assn., 76.8% of union members voted in favor of the agreement. "We're extremely pleased that a majority of ATA's cockpit crewmembers support the company's reorganization efforts. ...

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