Delta Air Lines’ pilots have returned to labor contract negotiations more than five months after rejecting a tentative agreement. The Delta Master Executive Council (MEC) of the Air Line Pilots Association (ALPA) endorsed a tentative labor deal with Delta management in June and sent it to the airline’s nearly 13,000 pilots for a ratification vote, but the rank-and-file flight deck crew rejected it by a 65%-35% vote in July. The MEC leadership stepped down following the vote, and ...

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