CHARLOTTE, N.C. (
) -- Top
executives met with the airline's pilot leaders Monday to discuss the state of merger talks with
"The purpose of the meeting was to once again underscore USAPA's willingness to work cooperatively with our company's management to facilitate any transaction that brings true value to all the potential stakeholders, including our pilots," said the US Airline Pilots Association in a brief statement.
US Airways CEO, Doug Parker
USAPA president Mike Cleary said the union will work with the carrier to "evaluate any potential transaction."
The meeting included Cleary and union vice president Randy Mowrey, as well as US Airways CEO Doug Parker, President Scott Kirby and COO Robert Isom.
-- Written by Ted Reed in Charlotte, N.C.