Negotiators for the Southwest Airlines' and AirTran Airways' pilots unions reached an agreement in principle on integrating their seniority lists, but still need to turn the concepts into final language. The agreement could be an important milestone for Southwest, which acquired AirTran in May because pilot group dissension often frustrates efforts to fully integrate merged carriers and get employees to begin working together as a team. Negotiators for the Southwest Airline Pilots ...
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