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PSA Airlines’ pilots ratify the new contract

PSA Airlines’ (2nd) (US Airways Express) (Dayton), a wholly-owned subsidiary of US Airways (Phoenix), represented by the Air Line Pilots Association (ALPA), have voted to ratify a new five-year collective bargaining agreement that was reached on February 14. The new contract was ratified by the airline’s 515 ALPA-represented pilots who are based in in Dayton, Ohio; Knoxville, Tennessee and Charlotte, North Carolina.

Copyright Photo: Bruce Drum. PSA Airlines’ (2nd) Bombardier CRJ200 (CL-600-2B19) N261PS (msn 7959) climbs away from the Charlotte Douglas International Airport hub.

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United Airlines’ pilots ratify the new contract

United Airlines (Chicago) yesterday (December 15)  announced that its pilots, represented by the Air Line Pilots Association (ALPA), ratified a new joint labor agreement for all United Airlines pilots.

“The ratification of this agreement is an important step forward for our pilots and the company,” said Fred Abbott, senior vice president of flight operations. “We look forward to the efficiencies and teamwork we will achieve as our pilots become one group once they complete their seniority integration.”

The agreement runs through December 2016 and covers nearly 10,000 United pilots.

Copyright Photo: Brian McDonough. Airbus A319-131 N830UA (msn 1243) approach Dulles International Airport.

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American Eagle’s pilots ratify the new contract

American Eagle Airlines‘ (Dallas/Fort Worth) pilots, represented by the Air Line Pilots Association, Int’l (ALPA) have ratified a bankruptcy restructuring agreement that both ALPA and Eagle’s senior executives tentatively agreed to in August. With more than 85 percent of eligible pilots casting ballots, 75 percent of Eagle pilots voted in favor of the agreement. Representatives of the American Eagle Master Executive Council (MEC), the union’s governing body, approved the tentative agreement in September and sent it out for a ratification vote to all Eagle pilots.

The newly-ratified contract will now be submitted to the bankruptcy court for 2nd District of New York for final approval.

Copyright Photo: Michael B. Ing. Bombardier CRJ700 (CL-600-2C10) N515AE (msn 10121) climbs away from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX).

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