Air Canada said it reached agreement with the Air Canada Pilots Assn. "on a process to resolve all issues relating" to the airline's acquisition of 777 and 787 aircraft. AC cancelled its order for up to 36 777s and 14 787s last spring after its pilots' union rejected a tentative agreement covering pay and work rules for the new fleets (ATWOnline, June 22). In Friday's statement, the airline said it had reached agreement with ACPA on a binding arbitration process to settle the disagreement. ...

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