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Frontier eyes union pact; Airline asks court to break contract so it can cut costs

GuppyWN

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So you file with the court to break the union so you can save $5.6million a year? Sounds like a sure way to lose more than you save.

How about the pilots getting their pay back after the summer months and reinstatement of your 401k deposits? Any word on that?

Gup
 

ualdriver

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Sounds eerily familiar. "Do what we want or the judge will do it for us." And the judge will. Then, when management gets cuts in from all of the employees using the court system as a hammer, management will pat themselves on the back, tell the court how THEY saved the airline, and how they are deserving of a disproportionate equity stake in the newly formed company.
 

JetMonkey

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No doubt. This is straight out of the Lorenzo play book. Good luck to all the F9 guys and gals, hang tuff!
 

CitationUltra

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So you file with the court to break the union so you can save $5.6million a year? Sounds like a sure way to lose more than you save.

How about the pilots getting their pay back after the summer months and reinstatement of your 401k deposits? Any word on that?

Gup
They just lost $5.6 million last month--another in a continuing series of large monthly losses. Obviously a business plan--and bankruptcy reorganization plan--that is proving its fruitlessness more and more as time goes by.
 

jetflier

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The Midwest Pilots seem to be fighting the same battle with management.
 

DOVPILOT

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So you file with the court to break the union so you can save $5.6million a year? Sounds like a sure way to lose more than you save.

How about the pilots getting their pay back after the summer months and reinstatement of your 401k deposits? Any word on that?

Gup

You will find out that Wexford Capital is the majority shareholder in them and RAH. They could give 2 sh!ts about the welfare of their employees or their families. It's all about the shareholders making $$$, F'K Wexford
 
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