The union representing AMR Corp.’s American Airlines pilots has sent a signal that it may be amenable to the company’s latest labor deal, just days before a bankruptcy court is expected to abrogate the company’s current contracts. The Allied Pilots Association said the “last, best offer” American made late last week after two weeks of court-directed negotiations offered “clear improvements over the original 113 term sheet.” Details of the negotiations were not disclosed. However, in ...
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