AVIATION: Another Strike?

The way was cleared in court last week for the pilots of American Airlines to strike—if they want. A New York federal judge lifted a restraining order that had prevented a walkout by the pilots, who want higher pay and shorter hours to fly American's new jets, insist that the third man in the cockpit be a pilot. The pilots announced that they would not walk out immediately, promised to give the public sufficient warning. One hopeful sign that the strike might be averted: the resumption of negotiations between American and the Air Line Pilots Association in Chicago for the...

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