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The Mutual Aid Pact of the Airline Industry
Faculty Publications - Human Resource Studies
  • Vernon M. Briggs, Jr., Cornell University
Publication Date
10-1-1965
Abstract

"ON OCTOBER 30, 1958, representatives of six of the nation's twelve domestic trunk-line carriers and one international carrier signed an agreement, effective retroactively to October 20,1958, establishing a program for the partial protection of struck participants against the normal economic losses associated with a strike period. The plan is known as the "Mutual Aid Pact." The original six carrier signatories and the four other trunk-line carriers who later joined the pact usually account for approximately 90 percent of the annual trunk-line traffic carried in the nation."

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Suggested Citation
Briggs, V. M., Jr. (1965). The Mutual Aid Pact of the airline industry. Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 19, 3-20.
http://digitalcommons.ilr.cornell.edu/hr/21/

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Citation Information
Vernon M. Briggs. "The Mutual Aid Pact of the Airline Industry" (1965)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/vernon_briggs/3/