Spirit Airlines, union reach a deal
The union for striking pilots at Spirit Airlines says it has reached a tentative agreement with the airline.
Andy Nelson, the vice chairman of the pilots' union, says it is still working out the details of when pilots will return to flying. But he says they're aiming to do it as soon as possible.
Spirit has been grounded since pilots walked out on Saturday in a pay dispute.
-- Associated Press
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