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We have official word from the Allied Pilots Association: The APA board has approved the tentative agreement by a 12-4 vote. That means the tentative agreement now goes to the membership for a vote. APA hotline this morning: This morning the APA
It appears the road is now clear for American Airlines to freeze the A Plan for its pilots, with the U.S. Treasury and Internal Revenue Service agreeing to regulatory changes to eliminate a roadblock. Here's the background: Back on Feb. 1, American
Tell us Talks between American Airlines and its pilots union have reached a stalemate over pay and scope issues. In a message to pilots sent out late Monday, Allied Pilots Association president Keith Wilson said, "All but a few paragraphs are in full
As we wrote Friday evening, the Allied Pilots Association's negotiating committee told members Sunday that pay and scope are two key issues still at issue in the negotiations between the APA and American Airlines. The committee said it hopes to have
The Allied Pilots Association's board of directors adjourned Friday afternoon with no new contract to announce with American Airlines. We hear that a deal has largely been reached except for the issue of scope who does flying on behalf of American...
31 October 2012 03:16 PM A new contract may or may not be near at hand. So pilots of American Airlines turned out at midday Wednesday to put whatever pressure they can on management to come up with a deal that they and the Allied Pilots Association
Texas A pilots' union says it could reach a deal with American Airlines on a new contract that would include an ownership stake in the company. But the Allied Pilots Association said Tuesday that there's still no agreement on several key points.
ET American Airlines pilots protesting the concession contract being imposed on them in September. Despite the ongoing contract dispute, the airline says it will hire 2,500 pilots over the next five years. protection in November, and has been locked
Tell us Meeting daily, even through the weekend, American Airlines and its pilots are making progress towards a new contract. The Allied Pilots Association told members Sunday that bargaining is a "frustrating process" but added that American
The Allied PIlots Association board of directors decided Tuesday to send its negotiating team back into contract talks with American Airlines. It also decided not to release the results of the members' strike authorization vote, which wraps up at