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The Air Line Pilots Association (ALPA), the largest pilots union, approved a tentative deal that would boost the pay for 14,000 United pilots.
The ALPA said Friday that the deal would provide pilots with three pay raises totaling more than 14.5% over an 18-month period, when calculated from the start of 2022.
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The union said the deal also includes better overtime and premium pay, a new retirement plan, a new eight-week paid maternity leave benefit and improved scheduling provisions.
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Additionally, pilots would have "improved trip construction parameters to combat pilot fatigue," the group announced.
If the deal is ratified, it will "generate an additional $1.3 billion of value for United pilots" over the two years, the union continued.