FedEx Express pilots vote overwhelmingly for strike over new contract
Unless the company agrees to their demands, the pilots of FedEx Express look set for ...
Pilots at Kalitta Air are unhappy. The all-cargo carrier, which operates for DHL, has been told to “wake up” by the Teamsters Union, after a recent survey showed that of the 92% of members that responded, 94% said they had felt they had little management respect, while 90% wouldn’t recommend Kalitta Air. They claim that the carrier doesn’t offer industry-standard working conditions, and have called for improved contracts. In December, 97% of the union’s members voted to authorise a strike.
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