, 2023-01-19 21:01:00,
The new deal includes significant pay increases, increased schedule flexibility, a signup bonus, and a one-off bonus payment for existing pilots.
Pilots at Hawaiian Airlines have reached a tentative agreement with the airline on a new four-year contract. The proposal includes substantial pay increases, including current industry-leading rates for the carrier’s new cargo operations. The pilots, represented by the Air Line Pilots Association, will vote on the latest proposal from January 27th.
The proposed agreement includes an average 32.9% pay increase over the four years and consists of an average 16.6 % increase from the date of signing. It also adds a signing bonus, raises company retirement contributions, creates a new health reimbursement account, and seeks to improve the pilot’s quality of life. The chairman of Hawaiian Airlines pilot union, Capt. Larry Payne expressed his gratitude for the successful negotiation process:
“We believe this industry-standard agreement represents a monumental step forward in terms of overall compensation and quality of life gains.
“Hard-fought negotiations between the negotiating committee and the company have now yielded what the [Master Executive Council] believes to be an agreement that accomplishes the goals our pilots set for us when we opened…
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