Pilots at Calgary’s WestJet have voted to join the Air Line Pilots Association (ALPA). Sixty-two percent of pilots voted in favor of ALPA representation, the union said in a May 12 statement. The Canadian low-cost carrier (LCC) employs more than 1,400 pilots, and 97% of those eligible to vote did so.  Pilots now will develop a master executive council to negotiate a collective bargaining agreement, ALPA said. The Canada Industrial Relations Board issued an order certifying ...

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