JetBlue Airways pilots have served a written notice to the airline detailing their intent to open negotiations for a successor collective bargaining agreement, following the failed JetBlue Airways and Spirit Airlines merger. The pilots are being represented by the Air Line Pilots Association (ALPA). “Making this airline a career destination for our 5,000 pilots, as well as the next generation of JetBlue pilots, should be fundamental to the airline’s business plan to move forward after the scuttled merger with Spirit Airlines and to grow and return to sustained profitability,” said head of the JetBlue ALPA master executive council Justin Houck.

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