Talks between AMR Corp. and its pilot and flight attendant unions are faltering just days after the operator called for new contracts to be agreed “in a matter of weeks.” Negotiations with the Allied Pilots Association (APA), which were once considered most likely to lead to a consensual agreement, are now awaiting a bankruptcy court ruling after APA argued the company has no right to impose new contract terms. Meanwhile, the newly re-elected president of the Association of Professional ...
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