Pinnacle Pilots See Contract Terms As Less Severe Than Carrier's Demands

Pinnacle Airlines pilots have ratified a seven-year union contract that includes significant pay cuts and longevity caps–but fewer than the beleaguered regional pushed for. The pilots agreed to the concessions, including a 9% reduction in pay for all pilots, in order to keep Pinnacle’s operations...

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