Flight Attendants, Pilots Condemn US Airways CEO

Law360, New York (August 8, 2006, 12:00 AM EDT) -- As US Airways struggles to get back on its feet after a crippling bankruptcy, the airline’s chief executive officer has infuriated flight attendants and pilots by exercising options for 270,000 shares of company stock, netting himself upwards of $9 million.

On Tuesday, the unions representing both US Airways' flight attendants and pilots blasted W. Douglas Parker over his lucrative move in the aftermath of widespread salary cuts stemming from the carrier’s bankruptcy.

The Association of Flight Attendants and the Air Line Pilots Association are currently engaged...
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