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Pilots working for airlines that transport packages for Amazon are not happy a?? and many are considering quitting, a survey found (AMZN)

Pilots working for airlines that transport packages for Amazon are not happy a?? and many are considering quitting, a survey found (AMZN)
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Amazon Air relies upon cargo airliners like Atlas Air, Southern Air, and ABX Air to transport its packages.




But pilots from those airlines say they're getting fed up with pay and benefits that they say are below industry standards.




A survey of pilots at those carriers, conducted by the Teamsters Local 1224 union of the Airline Professionals Association, found that 60% of respondents said they plan to leave their current airline.



Pilots working for the group of airlines responsible for making Amazon Air deliveries aren't happy, a recent union survey found.
And a lot of them are considering leaving the airlines that Amazon Air relies upon, according to a recent survey from the Teamsters Local 1224 union of the Airline Professionals Association.
The survey, which wrapped up on Monday and featured responses from more than 1,200 pilots, found that 60% said they plan to leave their current airline. The survey was sent out to all 2,170 crew members at Atlas Air, Southern Air, and ABX Air, via email.
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