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UPS, pilot’s union reach agreement on 2-year contract extension

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a large air plane on a cloudy day: United Parcel Service Inc. and the Independent Pilot’s Association have reached a tentative agreement on a two-year contract extension.© SARAH SHADBURNE United Parcel Service Inc. and the Independent Pilot’s Association have reached a tentative agreement on a two-year contract extension.

United Parcel Service Inc. and the Independent Pilot’s Association have reached a tentative agreement on a two-year contract extension, our media partner Louisville Business First reports.

The union represents the company’s 2,959 flight crew members, and the tentative agreement focuses on wage and retirement increases. At this point in negotiations details of the contract are not being disclosed to the public.

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“Over the next month we will present this tentative agreement for a two-year contract extension to our crew members with an unqualified recommendation for ratification,” IPA President Captain Robert Travis said in a news release. “This tentative agreement is unanimously approved and endorsed by the five-pilot IPA Executive Board.”

The union will hold a series of informational meetings for pilots leading up to the voting period which begins March 10. The ratification vote will conclude March 31.

Hear more from both sides from Louisville Business First.

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