Old Aug 17, 11, 7:40 am
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Originally Posted by sbm12 View Post
I guess it is just me. I felt the "I look forward to getting back to the business of truly reinventing the traditional airline management-labor relationship," bit was a bit of a dig at the pilots for wasting time bothering with the election efforts but apparently that's just me.
Low cost carriers can only be successful if costs are low. I'm amazed B6 could sell the pilots on not unionizing. But there's no doubt, non-union labor will be less costly even though net salaries may be higher per pilot. Now that the vote is past, productivity, performance, and revenue miles are all that matter.
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