Air Line Pilots Assn. and its Aloha Airlines unit condemned the carrier's request to have the bankruptcy court impose a new contract on the pilot workforce. The Section 1113 filing was made on Saturday. ALPA claimed yesterday that Aloha signed a Letter of Agreement on May 13 stating it would not seek rejection of the negotiated collective bargaining agreement in bankruptcy court. In exchange, pilots agreed to a 20% pay cut, productivity enhancements and a two-year pension freeze. "We ...

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