DALLAS – United Airlines (UA) and its pilots’ union have struck an agreement on new contract conditions, becoming the first major carrier to do so since the COVID pandemic began. The crisis has continued to cause havoc in the sector, exacerbating a pilot shortage and training backlog.
The Air Line Pilots Association and UA did not release the contents of the agreement on Friday, although they are expected to include increased pay and other benefits.
The accord must still be approved by the union and, later, by the pilots.
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Source:: “Airways Magazine”