Pilots: United Continental’s Use Of Larger RJs Violates Scope Clause

Credit: Joepriesaviation.net
United Airlines Holdings is dismissing claims by its two pilots unions that it is breaching scope agreements by placing United-tailed 70-seat regional jets into hubs once served by 50-seaters operated for Continental Airlines before it merged with United The introduction of the 70-seaters has...

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