Calm Air pilots have ratified a new five-year employment contract which they said will help the carrier “remain competitive.” “We are proud of what we have accomplished by negotiating a fair and equitable contract that works for both Calm Air pilots and our company,” said Brendan Potter, chair of the Calm Air Master Executive Council of the Air Line Pilots Association (ALPA), who praised the carrier for not delaying negotiations. Around 80% of the pilots who voted endorsed the deal, which according to the ALPA union includes “pay increases, stronger job-security protections, and quality-of-life improvements” and will run for five

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