MIAMI – History has shown that airline mergers, interline agreements and alliances have always adversely affected the employees; specifically, the pilots that fly for said airlines. But let’s not forget that the single only way any airline can possibly operate is because of those pilots.
What may seem like a great service for an airline’s loyal passengers, is often a giant headache behind the scenes. For instance, alliances such as that of American Airlines (AA) and JetBlue Airways’ (B6) merger will provide seemingly seamless service between two (or more) airlines at many airports.
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Source:: “Airways Magazine”