Hawaiian Airlines (HAL) pilots and the carrier’s management have reached a tentative agreement on a new four-year contract, with an average 32.9% pay increase and industry-leading pay for pilots operating cargo flights for Amazon. The deal means current “industry-leading rates for the carrier’s new cargo operation” and adds a signing bonus, raises company retirement contributions, a new health reimbursement account, increased schedule flexibility, according to the Air Line Pilots Association, International (ALPA), which represented the airline’s approximately 1,000 pilots in the talks. “We believe this industry-standard agreement represents a monumental step forward in terms of overall compensation and quality of
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