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Air Sickness: Who's to Blame? (Part 2)

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Air Sickness: Who's to Blame? (Part 2)

Osorio article in Capital Research Center's Labor Watch

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If management-labor relations at large airlines are preventing fair competition with newer airlines, to what extent do labor unions share the blame for the industry’s woes? Plenty, according to the Competitive Enterprise Institute’s Ivan Osorio. Costly bargaining agreements and aggressive union tactics may be too much to overcome.