United pilots vote to authorize strike
CHICAGO – Pilots at United Airlines say they could go on strike after two years of failed negotiations on a new contract at the airline formed through a combination with Continental.
The Air Line Pilots Association said Tuesday that of the pilots who voted, 99 percent authorized a strike.
Federal law includes many obstacles to strikes among airline workers, and the vote doesn't mean pilots will be walking off the job anytime soon.
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