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British Airways labor row continues

LONDON - British Airways PLC has suspended another member of cabin crew who also acts as a union representative for British Airlines Stewards and Stewardesses Association, highlighting continuing tens

Government to intervene in Philippine Airlines row

MANILA — Officials will hold emergency meetings with national flag carrier Philippine Airlines Inc.

Labor strife would be the biggest obstacle to possible United-USAir merger

Dissatisfied pilots and other workers would be the biggest obstacle to the success of any merger that may follow talks between United Airlines, a unit of UAL Corp, and US Airways.

Chaos at European airports brings strike fears to US carriers

US airline executives surveying the chaos at European airports in recent months could be forgiven a dose of complacency.

American Airlines, pilots far apart on new contract

DALLAS — American Airlines' chief financial officer admits his company and its pilots' union are "far apart" on a new labor contract.

Delta Air Lines to lose $250 million because of the flu...

The H1N1 influenza virus could cost Delta Air Lines $250 million in revenue this year, which the world's largest airline will offset by cutting capacity, its chief executive said on Monday.

Mesa Air Group pilots ratify new labor agreement

PHOENIX, AZ - Mesa Air Group, Inc. announced today that its 1,300 pilots, represented by the Air Line Pilots Association (ALPA), have ratified a new 24-month labor contract.

US airline labor tensions grow; Judge rules vs UAL pilots

CHICAGO - From picketing ground workers and flight attendants to disgruntled leaders of a pilot's union, labor issues are heating up at US airlines.

Obama may mean higher airline labor costs, fewer route auctions

Delta Air Lines Inc. and U.S. carriers may face higher labor costs while finding it easier to protect New York flights with Barack Obama as president.

ExpressJet announces tentative agreements with labor unions

HOUSTON, TX - ExpressJet Holdings, Inc.