AMR pilots are set to strike because of wage problems
- Will Clinton micro-manage again? Trunick, Perry A. // Transportation & Distribution;Apr94, Vol. 35 Issue 4, p9
Editorial. Comments on President Bill Clinton's intervention in the American Airlines walkout. Question on the President of the United States' personal involvement in a small labor dispute; Makings of a major political showdown.
- Comair returns to air after three-month pilots strike. // Long Island Business News (7/1993 to 5/2009);7/6/2001, Vol. 48 Issue 27, p6A
Reports on the return of Comair Inc. in the airline business after a pilots strike in the u.S. Pledge of the management and pilots' union to work together to build the airline; Competition faced by Comair at Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport; Acknowledgment of the possible...
- Another UPS threat. Miller, Paul // Catalog Age;Nov97, Vol. 14 Issue 12, p1
Reports on the threat of a possible strike by the Independent Pilots Association (IPA), the union representing pilots who fly United Parcel Service airplanes. 1998 expiration of IPA's strike moratorium; IPA's demand for pay increase; Impact of possible strike.
- Profile of the American Airlines' Pilot Sickout. Cimini, Michael H. // Compensation & Working Conditions;Winter99, Vol. 4 Issue 4, p21
Describes the sickout conducted by the pilots of American Airlines in February 1999 that centered on the integration of Reno Air operations into American Airlines. Background on the dispute; Parties to the dispute; Negotiations and court proceedings.
- AA at peace with pilots. // Air Transport World;June97, Vol. 34 Issue 6, p10
Announces that American Airlines pilots have ratified a five year contract, thus ending a controversial three year period rife with industrial conflict. Role played in the termination of the conflict by Bill Clinton; Percentage by which the contract was approved; Details contained in the contract.
- American pilots more likely to strike a deal than strike. Small, Stacy H.; Takemoto, Paul // Travel Agent;03/24/97, Vol. 285 Issue 8, p146
Reports that American Airlines and the pilots' union reached a tentative agreement during talks held March 19, 1997, in Washington D.C. Mediation of the talks by Presidential Emergency Board Chairman Robert Harris; Details of the agreement; Comments from industry analysts.
- Pilots Kept In Dark During Hijack Scare. // AVweb;9/20/2012, Vol. 18 Issue 38B, p2
The article reports on the decision of U.S. authorities not to tell the pilots of an American Airlines aircraft at John F. Kennedy (JFK) Airport in New York and a Finn Air flight about the threat that armed terrorists were hiding in the wheel wells of their aircraft.
- American Airlines negotiations continue. Collins, John; Dimeo, Sam // Caribbean Business;8/29/1996, Vol. 24 Issue 34, p4
Reports on ongoing contract negotiations between American Airlines and pilots. Threat of strike as both sides differ in issue of code-sharing; Airline's suspension of flights to New York from September 4 to November 14, 1996; Provisions under code-sharing; Pay reductions and four-year pay freeze.
- American Airlines says it will accept arbitration with pilots. // Traffic World;1/24/94, Vol. 237 Issue 4, p25
Reports on the plan of American Airlines to accept binding arbitration with pilots. Arbitration as part of an abbreviated contract negotiating plan; Aim to avoid a strike; Ratification of the proposals by union members.