Sun, Jun 11, 2006
60 To 70 Furloughed Pilots To "Support Network And Revenue
Delta tells ANN that it is recalling
between 60 and 70 furloughed pilots this summer as the airline
restructures its network to improve revenue and better meet
customers' domestic and international travel needs.
"We're pleased that Delta's network and revenue improvement
initiatives are affording us the opportunity to bring furloughed
pilots back to Delta," said Gary Beck, senior vice president --
"Recalling these pilots will help us meet new schedule demands
and add flexibility to ensure a smooth, reliable, on-time
operation, something we know our customers value."
The recalled pilots will begin training in late June and will
return to line flying for Delta in late summer.
With the June schedule, Delta and the Delta Connection carriers
will serve more domestic destinations than any U.S. carrier and on
June 29 will become the only U.S. airline to serve all 50 states
with the introduction of new nonstop ASA service between Atlanta
and Wilmington, Del.
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