Pilots at United Airlines have rejected a tentative collective bargaining agreement, marking the latest upheaval in contract negotiations at U.S. major airlines. In a statement, the United branch of the Air Line Pilots Association (ALPA) said 9,980 pilots participated in the vote, and 94% voted...
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