Pressure grows on Atlas and its pilots to end bitter dispute over labour contracts

June 14, 2019 Alexander Whiteman

Arbitrators have told pilots engaged in a long-running stand-off with Atlas Air to conclude the collective bargaining agreement (CBA).  
Pilots represented by the Airline Professionals Association (APA) were told by the System Board of Adjustment on Wednesday to “promptly” finalise the contractually required CBA.  
The panel said: “We can conclude with some certainty, however, there’s been a delay inspired by the union’s misapprehension of contractual requirements and that they must now respond vigorously to the company’s request ...

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