Pilot Contract Talks Hit Turbulence As Country's Biggest Airlines Negotiate

Posted on AllSides November 3rd, 2022
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Some of the country's largest airlines are struggling to finalize pilot contract negotiations, raising fears of a turbulent holiday travel season.

Air travel has bounced back from the COVID-19 pandemic, which caused close to $35 billion in losses for airlines in 2020. The pandemic also caused a delay in contract negotiations for airline workers, pushing those negotiations into 2022, notes CNBC.

Delta Air Lines (DAL) pilots voted on Monday to authorize a strike if the union and airline can't finalize a deal. Delta said Monday a possible strike would not...

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