Dallas (TheStreet) -- Once again, pilots at American Airlines’ (AAL) regional carrier are talking with management, hoping to avoid the doomsday scenario in which Envoy becomes largely a ground handling company with a fleet of aging aircraft -- which would make it an unlikely choice for a major airline seeking a regional partner.
In an email to pilots on Tuesday, Bill Sprague, chairman of the Envoy chapter of the Air Line Pilots Association, wrote that chapter leaders had met with the company.
“The company approached us in recent weeks with the desire to construct an acceptable deal,” Sprague wrote. “The negotiating committee presented a proposal based on pilots’ ideas and expectations and we continue to work on ideas and concepts to keep discussions moving forward.
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