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Hawaiian Airlines Pilots Agree to New Contract, Comes With 32% Pay Bump

The Air Lines Pilots Association (ALPA) has accepted a new 4-year contract, with pay raise increases averaging 32% over the course of the contract. The new contract is set to go into effect on March 2. Capt. Larry Pain, chair of ALPA;s Hawaiian Master Exec. Council said, "I’d like to salute our negotiating team, who completed bargaining in under two years while also negotiating a complex freight agreement that is among the best in the industry.”


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