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American Airlines pilots decline holiday pay proposal


© Reuters. FILE PHOTO – American Airlines planes are seen parked on the asphalt as New York City’s skyline is visible in the background. This was taken at the JFK International Airport, New York, U.S.A, 11/11/2021. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz

Abhijith Gaapavaram

(Reuters) – American Airlines (NASDAQ) pilots declined a bonus offer and increased pay from the airline for their work during holidays according to an internal memo that was seen by Reuters Wednesday.

Employees were offered bonuses up to 300% and higher wages by the airline on Tuesday.

American Airlines sent a memo out to its pilots complaining about the decision of the Allied Pilots Association and promised to continue working with them.

For comment, the union was not immediately available.

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