Southwest, AirTran reach agreement with union pilots

09/23/2011 | Fort Worth Star-Telegram (Texas)

The unions representing pilots of Southwest Airlines and AirTran Airways have reached a deal regarding the merging of their seniority lists. "The unions and company negotiating teams never lost focus on the ultimate goal of creating an integrated seniority list and transition plan for our pilots outside of arbitration," said Mike Van de Ven, chief operating officer at Southwest. Details about the agreement were not disclosed.

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