It will be “very difficult” for Republic Airways Holdings to compete for new business with mainline carriers on regional flying before it reaches agreements with its labor unions, and there still is no clear end in sight to the years-long negotiations with regional pilots, CEO Bryan Bedford says. “Until we have greater clarity on our labor costs, it is going to be very difficult for Republic to compete effectively for new business,” Bedford said during the airline holding company’s ...
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