Pilots: Consultant sees scope relaxation coming for US airlines

One hundred-plus seat aircraft will be welcomed in the rest of the world, but the success of the class in the US will largely rely on the relaxation of scope clauses, according to RW Mann & Company's, Bob Mann. While that may not be startling news, Mann said that pilots are coming to the negotiating table wanting compensation rates to return to 2002 levels. Meanwhile, management is coming to the table with a wish-list on work rules and scope.

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