"We want pilots at Big Sky and Mesaba under one group," said Kris Pierson, spokesman for the Mesaba unit of Air Line Pilots Association. "It will have to be ALPA." Big Sky pilots are with a different union.
So which union represents Big Sky pilots? What happened to union solidarity? Guess that only applies if you belong to the "right" union?
TOLtommy From United States of America, joined Dec 2003, 3335 posts, RR: 5
Reply 4, posted (11 years 6 months 2 days 5 hours ago) and read 1554 times:
All the NW service out of my airport (Toledo, OH) is operated by Mesaba. They only fly TOL-DTW, so I guess it'll be bus service to DTW, which means driving right past my house anyway. It's 20 mins from my house to TOL, 45 to DTW. So most of the time I just drive up to DTW anyway. I have one ticket on a Mesaba operated flight in 2 weeks, but most of the time I fly mainline NW. I hear that the NW TOL service isn't doing that well. Hope this doesn't cause them to pull out altogether. If they ran a CRJ (better yet an AVRO) TOL-MSP, I'd fly out of TOL more....