United Airlines and Continental Airlines pilots on Friday criticized management at the airlines for "unwillingness to compromise" on issues "that have little financial impact" related to the impending merger of the carriers. Both pilot workforces are represented by the Air Line Pilots Assn. and are negotiating a transition agreement intended to "ultimately result in a joint collective bargaining agreement and integrated seniority list" when the carriers ...

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