Hawaiian Airlines' plan to emerge from Chapter 11 next month was dealt a blow late last week when its pilots failed to ratify a new agreement by a vote of 55% to 45%. As a result, the airline said it may be forced to turn to the bankruptcy court to achieve a new contract. "It's disappointing, but unfortunately not quite enough pilots voted for the contract their union negotiated, a contract that was better than any proposal made by any airline to its pilots in the last two years," Hawaiian ...

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