Allegiant Air pilots are threatening to strike over delays to the implementation of a new scheduling system, which was agreed in a labour contract between the airline and the pilot’s International Brotherhood of Teamsters signed in July 2016. “Pilots at Allegiant Air, one of the country’s most profitable airlines, voted with 93.5 percent support to authorize a strike should it become necessary,” said a statement from the pilots’ union. “The vote comes in response to Allegiant’s years-long refusal to live up to its commitments and fix a sham scheduling system that has negatively impacted the lives of many pilots and

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