Pilot leaders at Hawaiian Airlines (HAL) will ask members to give them authority to strike if labor negotiations break down and the federal government authorizes a walkout, the Air Line Pilots Association (ALPA) said in a statement released April 19. According to ALPA, its members are “fed up with management foot-dragging on a new contract while their airline is making record profits.” On April 14, ALPA’s Hawaiian Airlines Master Executive Council (MEC) voted unanimously ...

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