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(JUST THE NEWS) – With the holiday season fast approaching, several American airlines are facing possible strikes as they continue to negotiate with pilots while still grappling with the financial hardships from the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Pilots with Delta Airlines authorized a strike this week while United Airlines rejected a contract agreement on Wednesday, according to KARE 11. American Airlines remains in negotiations.
Before any strikes occur, however, they must first receive approval from the National Mediation Board which may first demand renewed negotiations should it believe a resolution possible. Should either side decline arbitration, they must wait 30 days before either locking out employees or going on strike.
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