Monthly Archives: June 2011

A Cockpit Divided Over Age 65: Can OPERATION ORANGE Bridge The Gap?

In 2007, when the career seemed to be at its darkest hour, the government and ALPA stepped in and rubbed salt in the wound. Age 65 was forced upon us. Not only did the lower half of the seniority list … Continue reading

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OPERATION ORANGE: Who wins? Who loses?

“What is in it for me?” Why should I support or oppose OPERATION ORANGE’s “Fair Treatment of Experienced Pilots Act – Part 2?” Almost all legislation has “winners” and “losers,” and this is no exception. The general rule of thumb … Continue reading

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