UPS pilots, represented by the Independent Pilots Assn., ratified an eight-year labor agreement covering 2,775 captains, first officers and flight engineers. The 2,623 members voting approved the deal 56.5% to 43.5%. The vote ended nearly four years of negotiations. "From the beginning of the process our pilots wanted a comprehensive contract and the union wanted a contract that could keep pace with the global expansion of UPS," IPA President Tom Nicholson said. "What resulted is a contract ...

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