Leaders of UPS Airlines’ pilot union, the Independent Pilots Association (IPA), have asked its members to vote in favor of authorizing a strike. According to a press statement from the IPA, its leadership would be able to request a release from negotiations—now under government mediation—if members approve the measure. The union, which represents more than 2,500 pilots, will release results of the vote Oct. 23.  IPA president Robert Travis said that while a strike is ...

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