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    Flying tigers yes I believe those pilots got screwed as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kfour View Post
    You really are a bit of a ****, ain't ya
    I will have your answer in 118 days.
    But anytime you want, we can discuss Envoy contributions to ALPA -PAC.

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    The health care cost reduction provision would have triggered a "me too" in the mechanics contract, and probably every other contract too. I can see where AAG would have had some heartburn over that.

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    Then envoy can give us a bonus check of equal amount for our use as we see fit. No more problem

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    The social media blitz that’s to follow will destroy the airline. 3) Group can exercise their get out of jail card and end the flow. Between mainline lawsuits against MX and the impending ALPA lawsuit - well, you finish the sentence.
    Play here with lord of the ocean slot anytime

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    Does not take much to file suit, alpa dragging its feet again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ERJSRUS View Post
    The health care cost reduction provision would have triggered a "me too" in the mechanics contract, and probably every other contract too. I can see where AAG would have had some heartburn over that.
    It is not the responsibility of this pilot group to subsidize other labor groups by limiting themselves because management was stupid enough to negotiate a “me too” clause in their contract. It’s long overdue for this “Association” leadership to turn their backs on any further assistance to management in solving their self-inflicted conundrums.

    Let them sink or swim on their own.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ardvark View Post
    Does not take much to file suit, alpa dragging its feet again.

    ALPA is a business and expending large sums of money defending regional airline pilots isn’t in their game plan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beagleboy View Post
    ALPA is a business and expending large sums of money defending regional airline pilots isn’t in their game plan.
    ALPA is a Business of Hope where money is collected thru your dues.

    Quit ALPA and in 90 days Envoy WILL terminate you. “Working Together”

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    I encourage all here to watch the Frontline piece called The Battle for Eastern Airlines on YouTube. Aside from the obvious destination when management and labor end up in intractable warfare, a couple of additional noteworthy observations. First, in one clip you’ll notice a certain present political figure standing behind Lorenzo who participated in the breakup of the carrier for personal gain and second, Borman uses a phrase we have heard since from Parker;

    “The world has changed”.

    It’s a rationalization used by a common mindset who has no ethical concern for labor with a predictable destination.
    Last edited by Beagleboy; 07-02-2019 at 11:05 PM.

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