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American Airlines pilots have approved a new five-year contract that gives them 23 percent pay raises this year and 3 percent pay raises on Jan. 1 for the next five years.
The Allied Pilots Association said 65.68 percent voted in favor of the deal, with 34.32 percent against. Of those eligible, 94 percent cast votes. Only the Miami pilot base had a majority voting against the deal.Read full story
The large piece of unfinished business for American Airlines and US Airways pilots is the integration of their respective seniority lists into a single list under the Allied PIlots Association.
We guess there’s actually three seniority lists to be integrated because the pilots that made up the new US Airways in 2005 – old US Airways and America West Airlines – never integrated their seniority lists prior to the December 2013 merger of American and US Airways.