U.S. Pilot Unions Remain Wary Of Foreign Competition

Credit: Thomas Engle (State Department)
Even as U.S. airlines report record profits — some of which reach pilots as profit sharing and higher wages — unions representing the major carriers’ pilots are nervous about the future. This was apparent April 15 when the Transportation Department (DOT) ruled that Norwegian Air International (NAI)...

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