UPS Airlines pilots have ratified a new, five-year labor contract by an overwhelming vote. The Independent Pilots Association (IPA), the union representing 2,579 UPS pilots, said 98% of eligible pilots participated in the voting and 91% of those voting favored ratification. The vote brings an end to a saga that lasted for more than five years as the Louisville-based airline arm of Atlanta-based delivery giant United Parcel Service (UPS) engaged in sometimes contentious negotiations with IPA ...

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