ATLANTA — Pilots for Atlanta-based Delta Air Lines agreed to a new contract that will see a raise for thousands of pilots.
Represented by the Air Line Pilots Association, Delta pilots ratified a new Pilot Working Agreement on Wednesday.
This comes four months after pilots went on strike.
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The deal means 15,000 delta pilots will get a 34% pay raise over the course of four years.
The agreement also includes job protections for pilots who fly internationally.
There will also be improvements in holiday pay, vacation, 401k contributions, and work rules.
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“I want to thank both negotiating teams and the National Mediation Board for their efforts in reaching this agreement that recognizes our …