In early March, the pilots union at American Airlines leveled a strong accusation. In a letter to American CEO Doug Parker, leaders warned of the “rebirth” of a “toxic” labor relations culture that for so long permeated the company.  The union accused the airline of “deliberately” breaching contract terms, including for crew scheduling, saying the carrier sometimes violated FAA guidelines. Leaders suggested morale, in the cockpit and elsewhere, was ...

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