Hawaiian Airlines and its pilots, represented by the Air Line Pilots Association (ALPA), have reached a tentative agreement on a five year, three month contract, following nearly two years of negotiations and strike threats. The tentative agreement includes significant pay raises, work-rule improvements and retiree health care protections, according to ALPA.  A ratification vote among Hawaiian’s 665 pilots is scheduled to begin March 6 and end March 24. If ratified, the contract ...

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