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Offline wilber

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Re: Air Traffic Controllers
« on: April 01, 2018, 10:39:31 am »
Sure but it's not an either/or situation either.  Those at the top of both sides have an entrenched interest against co-operation of any kind.

My experience with in house pilot unions is that they generally try and work with the companies to solve problems, but they weren't government entities. It's interesting that we haven't seen this kind of friction within a unionized Nav Canada which is a privately run non profit. I don't see controllers as a particularly militant bunch. They didn't join just  because it was a good union job. Somewhere things have gone south with this outfit and it seems to be cronic. not only with this union but PATCO which preceded it and Reagan dissolved.
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