Delta Air Lines pilots’ labor leadership is in “reset mode” following the pilots’ rejection of a tentative agreement, Air Line Pilots Association (ALPA) president Tim Canoll said. The Delta Master Executive Council (MEC) of ALPA endorsed the tentative labor deal in June and sent it to the airline’s nearly 13,000 pilots for a ratification vote. But by a 65%-35% margin, the rank-and-file flight deck crew voted to reject the agreement and the ALPA MEC’s ...

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