Piedmont Airlines (US Airways Express) (2nd) (Salisbury), 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 1. The new contract was ratified by Piedmont Airlines’ 375 ALPA-represented pilots who are based in Charlottesville, Virginia.; Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.; New Bern, North Carolina; Roanoke, Virginia and Salisbury, Maryland.
Copyright Photo: Bruce Drum. Piedmont Airlines’ (2nd) Bombardier DHC-8-102 N807EX (msn 292) taxies to the runway at the Charlotte-Douglas International Airport hub.
Map: US Airways keeps the historic name and logo in play with Piedmont although the aircraft are branded as US Airways Express (soon American Eagle). Piedmont operates the regional feeder routes for US Airways in the eastern United States mainly serving the Philadelphia and Charlotte hubs:
Piedmont Airlines (2nd) (US Airways Express) (Salisbury), a wholly-owned subsidiary of US Airways (Phoenix), has announced that it has reached a tentative agreement with the Air Line Pilots Association (ALPA), which represents the airline’s 375 pilots. The tentative agreement is subject to language being finalized, which is expected to occur over the next few weeks.
Copyright Photo: Bruce Drum. Piedmont Airlines’ Bombardier DHC-8-102 N936HA (msn 145) taxies to the runway at the Charlotte hub.
Piedmont Airlines (2nd) (subsidiary of US Airways) (US Airways Express) (Salisbury) fleet and passenger service employees have voted to ratify the new collective bargaining agreement previously announced on May 31. The new four and a half year agreement was ratified by Piedmont Airlines’ more than 3,000 employees who are represented by the Communications Workers of America (CWA).