United and its pilots reached a tentative agreement on a new
cost-cutting contract Dec. 14, but the airline and union are not
releasing details as of press time.
The union’s master executive council for United will decide
whether to endorse the tentative agreement, which still must be
ratified by the full membership.
The tentative deal came a day after United said it will cut the
pay of non-union salaried employees by 4 percent and management
employees by 6 percent. The airline also announced an 11 percent
pay cut for CEO Glenn Tilton and the rest of its eight-member