Air Transport International pilots have asked for a government mediator to intervene in contract negotiations with ATI and parent company Air Transport Services Group (ATSG). The company and carrier are refusing to grant “industry-standard terms” while making “record profits”, the pilots said. The talks started in mid-2020. “Negotiations for a new pilot contract that reflects the current economic environment have stalled over key sections including compensation and retirement,” according to the Airline Pilots Association (ALPA), the ATI union, which said 126 pilots left the company in 2022 followed by 32 in 2023. ATSG reported $2bn in revenue for 2022, up
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