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Singapore Air Cargo pilots offered unpaid leave on demand slump

Singapore Airlines Ltd., the world’s biggest airline by market value, said its cargo unit is offering pilots as much as 30 months’ unpaid leave because of slumping air-freight demand.

Continental pilots call for renewed focus on contract negotiations

HOUSTON, TX - Continental airline pilots, represented by the Air Line Pilots Association, Int'l (ALPA), are pressing for a renewed focus on negotiations for a new contract.

United pilots: Leadership void costly for UAL in 2008

CHICAGO - Pilots for United Airlines said today that under CEO Glenn Tilton's watch, United Airlines in 2008 clearly failed in its efforts to regain its former stature as the world's preeminent airlin

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.

Cyprus Air pilot strike disrupts 30 flights

NICOSIA - Thirty flights from and to Cyprus were disrupted on Monday when pilots of national carrier Cyprus Airways CAIR.CY went on strike over job conditions.

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.

JetBlue pilots file to organize airline’s first union

Pilots at JetBlue Airways Corp. have filed a petition to establish an independent union, becoming the first group of employees at the Forest Hills-based discount carrier to organize.

Split among US Airways pilots divides the company

Despite a merger that likely saved US Airways and re-established the carrier as major player in the U.S.

Airline crews begin to feel the heat

New Delhi - Nearly 150 trained pilots holding commercial licences and hundreds of airhostesses have been rendered jobless, as the economic slowdown is forcing airlines to either ground a significant p

Need work, will travel

Some arrived in Chicago by plane Tuesday, while others rode aboard Greyhound buses. But they all had the same goal: landing jobs as pilots.

Pilots of Southwest Airlines re-elect Capt. Carl Kuwitzky as president for...

DALLAS, TX - Southwest Airlines pilots re-elected Capt. Carl Kuwitzky for a second two-year term as Union president. Capt.

Perseverance pays off for American Eagle pilots

EULESS, TX - American Eagle pilots, represented by the Air Line Pilots Association, Int'l (ALPA), today achieved a ratified collective bargaining agreement with management after an arduous, negotiatio

United pilots: Fuel hedge losses further proof of misdirection of airline

CHICAGO - United Airlines' announced $779 million loss for the third quarter, $519 million attributable to poor fuel hedges, is yet another example of incompetence and lack of fiscal responsibility by

Mesa Air Group and pilots reach tentative agreement

PHOENIX, AZ - Mesa Air Group, Inc.

Pilots association in Mexico inks new deal with Aeromexico

ASPA, the Mexican Airline Pilots Association, has agreed the following with Aeromexico., the IFALPA Daily News has reported.

Honeywell technology helps pilots avoid runway overruns

ORLANDO, FL - Honeywell announced today that it has developed a software upgrade to its Runway Awareness and Advisory System that will alert pilots if their approach to an airport is not within a safe

Pilots say US Airways still unable to complete its merger with...

September 27th marked three full years in which US Airways Management has failed to complete the US Airways/America West Merger.

United Air’s pilots want Chief Executive’s pay cut

United Airlines pilots, locked in a legal battle with the carrier, want the board of parent UAL Corp. to reduce Chief Executive Officer Glenn Tilton's pay.

Airline pilots charged with intoxication; One accused of mooning Alcoa Highway...

Two airline pilots were arrested after an incident Friday on Alcoa Highway during which one of the men pulled his shorts down and mooned northbound traffic, according to an Alcoa police report.

FAA suspends sleeping Hawaiian airline pilots

HONOLULU — Two pilots for Hawaii's Go airlines who slept through their flight's landing procedure were suspended for the careless and reckless operation of an aircraft, the Federal Aviation Administ

Carib Aviation to suspend operations

Carib Aviation has announced that it will suspend all service at 11:59 p.m. local time on Tuesday, September 30.

Midwest pilots file grievance against plan by management to outsource jobs

MILWAUKEE, WI (September 23, 2008) - Midwest pilots, represented by the Air Line Pilots Association, Int'l (ALPA), today filed a grievance challenging the company's decision to sub-contract Midwest Ai

Southwest pilots launch TSA demonstration project to test biometric screening

BALTIMORE and WASHINGTON (September 17, 2008) - Today a Southwest Airlines pilot will be the first aircrew member to be screened by the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) using an advanced b
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