Media Teleconference Advisory: U.S. Airline Pilots Call on Trump Administration to Put America First

Defend U.S. Trade Agreements and Safeguard U.S. Aviation Jobs

--()--As President Donald J. Trump meets with U.S. airline industry leaders tomorrow, the president of the Air Line Pilots Association, Int’l and chairmen of the Delta Air Lines and United Airlines pilot groups applaud the Administration’s focus on the industry’s importance to the U.S. economy and jobs. The world’s largest pilot union calls for the Administration to put America first by defending U.S. trade agreements to promote U.S. aviation manufacturing and safeguard U.S. airline jobs against the threat from Norwegian Air International’s scheme.



Capt. Tim Canoll, president, Air Line Pilots Association, Int’l
Capt. Bill Bartels, Delta Air Lines Master Executive Council chairman
Capt. Todd Insler, United Airlines Master Executive Council chairman


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Wednesday, February 8, 2017

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