Labor Bosses Plan to Ground the Airline Industry

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HERE WE HAVE THE UNITED AIRLINES PILOTS OCCUPYING WALL STREET. THERE WILL NEVER BE ENOUGH MONEY TO SATISY THEM.

At the height of the recession, American Airline’s pilots union was demanding 10% signing bonuses and 7% annual raises for three years.

Management countered with job protection, signing bonuses and 3.21% raises for the first year and an additional 1% raise each year thereafter for three years.

The union refused to make concessions. They care nothing about the economic downturn.

American Airlines went into Chapter 11 to obtain a court-ordered reorganization.

At the same time, U.S. Airways sought a merger with American. The American Airlines union bosses, overwhelmed by greed, saw this as an opportunity.

The labor bosses saw it as a way to do an end-run around American Airlines and the courts by scheming with U.S. Airways union bosses.

Read more about the story at Human Events

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