JetBlue pilots, represented by the Air Line Pilots Association, Int’l (ALPA), responded to JetBlue Airways’ third-quarter earnings statement as their pursuit for a market-rate contract continues. The latest results show JetBlue’s 30th consecutive quarter of profitability. Despite this, the pilots say that the company has been unwilling to share these profits with them, proposing pay rates that would keep the pilots among the lowest-paid in the industry. “JetBlue pilots have played a vital role in the company’s continued success,” said Capt. Patrick Walsh, chairman of the JetBlue unit of ALPA. “Our peers at other airlines enjoy significant pay-rate increases, both

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