Pilots with the Air Transport Services Group (ATSG)-owned Air Transport International (ATI) have called on the company to offer them a “next level contract” after last week reporting a record profit in 2022, with earnings per share up 42%. “It is imperative that we secure a new contract that reflects the contributions pilots make to the success of our company each day,” said pilot Mike Sterling, the head of the ATI group at the Air Line Pilots Association (ALPA). Contract talks have stalled “over key sections including compensation and retirement,” since kicking off in mid-2020, the pilots said. “ATI pilots
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