The US Court of Appeals has ruled that Allegiant Air had the right to make changes in pilot work rules, following a dispute that nearly led to a strike action earlier this year at the Las Vegas-based low-cost carrier. Allegiant was appealing a lower court ruling that had prohibited the company from changing the terms and conditions of employment for its pilots. The unanimous appellate court decision held that the lower court erred in finding that Allegiant had to maintain the “status ...

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