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Transcripts. Carriers' Exhibits. Union Exhibits. Joint Exhibits.
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Transcripts. 9 volumes. 1235 pages.
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Carriers' Exhibit 1. Map of domestic and international routes of Trans World Airlines.
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Carriers' Exhibit 2. Outline description of Trans World Airlines.
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Carriers' Exhibit 3. Background and nature of the dispute.
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Carriers' Exhibit 4. The jet crew complement.
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Carriers' Exhibit 5. Company opener made in September 1960.
September 1960.

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Carriers' Exhibit 6. "Schematic representation commercial jet airplane cockpit" (scale drawing of Boeing 707 cockpit).
Missing.

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Carriers' Exhibit 7. Breakdown of major carriers using four-man cockpit crews and those using three-man cockpit crews.
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Carriers' Exhibit 8. Report to the President of Feinsinger Commission
May 24, 1961.

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Carriers' Exhibit 9. White House press release referring to the Feinsinger Commission report of May 24, 1961.
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Carriers' Exhibit 10. Feinsinger Commission report dated October 17, 1961. Statement by the President on the airlines controversy. Press release of the Feinsinger Commission.
October 17, 1961.

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Carriers' Exhibit 11. Agreement between Trans World Airlines, Incorporated, ad the Air Line Pilots in the service of Trans World Airlines, Incorporated as represented by the Air Line Pilots Association, International
May 22, 1959

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Carriers' Exhibit 12. Pilot Retirement - Example A.
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Carriers' Exhibit 13. Pilot Retirement - Example B
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Carriers' Exhibit 14. Effects of 1959 amendment of Trust Annuity Plan for pilots of Trans World Airlines
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Carriers' Exhibit 15. Cost of Trans World Airlines of pilots' opening proposal that minimum retirement benefit be increased to $700.
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Carriers' Exhibit 16. Company cost involved in involuntary retirement at age 55.
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Carriers' Exhibit 17. "TWA Cooperative Group Insurance Plan."
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Carriers' Exhibit 18. Growth in airline traffic
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Carriers' Exhibit 19. United States flag carriers' share of Transatlantic market
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Carriers' Exhibit 20. United States flag carriers' share of Transatlantic seating capacity
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Carriers' Exhibit 21. Trend in passenger mile yield domestic trunks and Trans-Atlantic United States flag carriers in current dollars and in 1950 dollars
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Carriers' Exhibit 22. Trends in revenue per passenger mile
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Carriers' Exhibit 23. Coach/economy constitutes an increasing percent of total passenger traffic
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Carriers' Exhibit 24. Price stability index of domestic trunk airline fares and general prices
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Carriers' Exhibit 25. Distribution of the operating revenue dollar.
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Carriers' Exhibit 26. Trans World Airlines cockpit crew payroll cost percent of total payroll cost and cockpit crew percent of total employees
12 months ending September 30, 1961.

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Carriers' Exhibit 27. Average annual salary of pilots and co-pilots "Big Four" systems.
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Carriers' Exhibit 28. The trend of Trans World Airline pilots annual average salary and wage.
Compared with consumer price index, Trans World Airline passenger revenue per passenger mile, and Trans World Airline operating revenue per revenue ton mile.

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Carriers' Exhibit 29. "Wages of TWA jet captains compared with the salaries of high level executive, professional, administration, and technical positions in TWA, private industry and government."
Missing.

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Carriers' Exhibit 30. Wages of Trans World Airline captains compared with salaries of comparable positions in other modes of transportation.
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Carriers' Exhibit 31. United States pilots really tip the pay scales.
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Carriers' Exhibit 32. Air transport pay has increased faster in the United States than in other countries.
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Carriers' Exhibit 33. Changes in wage rates negotiated during 1960 (manufacturing).
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Carriers' Exhibit 34. Domestic trunkline earnings statistics.
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Carriers' Exhibit 35. Trans World Airlines system earnings statistics.
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Carriers' Exhibit 36. Trans World Airlines net profit margin on revenue by division.
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Carriers' Exhibit 37. International operations of domestic trunklines and Pan American system earnings statistics.
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Carriers' Exhibit 38. Operating profit margins (before and after depreciation) on comparable basis for selected regulated industries.
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Carriers' Exhibit 39. Excerpt from the report of the Task Force on National Aviation Goals "Project Horizon." "The Airline Financial Posture."
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Carriers' Exhibit 40. Trans World Airline's Financial Report for October 1961
October 1961

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Carriers' Exhibit 41. Computation of Trans World Airline captain monthly pay
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Carriers' Exhibit 42. Captain, First Officer and Second Officer monthly earnings at 80 hours of flying under agreement signed May 22, 1959
Also includes company proposal dated October 20, 1961.

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Carriers' Exhibit 43. Captain, First Officer, and Second Officer monthly earnings at 85 hours of flying under agreement signed May 22, 1959.
Also includes company proposal dated October 20, 1961.

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Carriers' Exhibit 44. Ninth year domestic captain monthly earnings at 80 hours of flying by equipment flown - Trans World, American, Eastern, and United Airlines.
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Carriers' Exhibit 45. Ninth year domestic captain monthly earnings at 85 hours of flying by equipment flown - Trans World, American, Eastern, and United Airlines.
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Carriers' Exhibit 46. International senior captain monthly earnings at 80 and 85 hours of flying by equipment flown, Trans World Airlines-Pan American Airlines.
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Carriers' Exhibit 47. Additional cost to Trans World Airlines of Air Line Pilots Association pay proposal
Proposal dated November 28, 1961.

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Carriers' Exhibit 48. Comparison of monthly yields Trans World Air Lines - Air Line Pilots Association proposals, 80 hours flying, one half day - one half night.
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Carriers' Exhibit 49. Pegged speed.
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Carriers' Exhibit 50. Areas of agreement and dispute and position of the parties.
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Carriers' Exhibit 51. Pilot rates for hotel-motel, domestic.
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Carriers' Exhibit 52. Comparison of estimated expenses incurred per pilot suggested schedule versus trip expenses received.
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Carriers' Exhibit 53. Trans World Airlines system passenger miles
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Carriers' Exhibit 54. Flight crew scheduling.
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Carriers' Exhibit 55. Pilot payroll - non-productive pay and credits for each dollar of flight pay
September 1960-August 1961

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Carriers' Exhibit 56. Utilization of captains, domestic operation
July 1961.

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Carriers' Exhibit 57. Utilization of first officers, domestic operation.
July 1961.

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Carriers' Exhibit 58. Utilization of second officers, domestic operation.
July 1961.

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Carriers' Exhibit 59. Utilization of pilots, international operation.
July 1961.

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Carriers' Exhibit 60. Trend of Trans World Airlines captains' pay hours and actual flight hours.
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Carriers' Exhibit 61. Present agreement - jet captain flight assignment - total hours on duty (domestic)
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Carriers' Exhibit 62. Present agreement - jet captain flight assignments - total hours at home (domestic).
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Carriers' Exhibit 63. Present agreement - jet captain flight assignment - total hours at home (domestic)
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Carriers' Exhibit 64. Present agreement - jet captain flight assignments - total calendar days at home (domestic).
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Carriers' Exhibit 65. Present agreement - jet captain flight assignments - total hours on duty (International).
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Carriers' Exhibit 66. Present agreement - jet captain flight assignments - total hours away from home.
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Carriers' Exhibit 67. Present agreement - jet captain flight assignments - total hours at home (International).
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Carriers' Exhibit 68. Present agreement - jet captain flight assignments - total calendar days at home (International).
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Carriers' Exhibit 69. International division captains holding bids effective October 29, 1961.
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Carriers' Exhibit 70. Normal flight pairing reflecting application of actual or schedule hours, whichever is greater, and determination of operational duty time.
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Carriers' Exhibit 71. Normal flight pairing reflecting one hour credit for every two hours on duty with minimum of two hours and maximum six hours credit per duty period.
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Carriers' Exhibit 72. Normal flight pairing reflecting one hour credit for every four trip hours.
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Carriers' Exhibit 73. Normal flight pairing reflecting both one hour credit for every two hours on duty with two hour minimum, six hour maximum, and one hour credit for every four trip hours.
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Carriers' Exhibit 74. Shows the normal flight assignments for the traffic schedules effective October 29, 1961 as they are flown under the existing agreement.
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Carriers' Exhibit 75. Air Line Pilots Association proposal on working conditions.
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Carriers' Exhibit 76. General comments upon Air Line Pilots Association's position with regard to hours of service.
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Carriers' Exhibit 77. President Kennedy opposed to workweek reduction.
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Carriers' Exhibit 78. Company proposal on working conditions.
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Carriers' Exhibit 79. Addition to Exhibit 50, Section 11, hours of service.
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Carriers' Exhibit 80. Average length of hop "big four" airlines.
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Carriers' Exhibit 81. Average segment miles by equipment.
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Carriers' Exhibit 82. Reference Air Line Pilots Association Exhibit Number 103, page 2, line 1.
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Carriers' Exhibit 83. Reference Air Line Pilots Association Exhibit Number 103, page 2, line 2.
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Carriers' Exhibit 84. Reference Air Line Pilots Association Exhibit Number 103, page 2, line 11.
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Carriers' Exhibit 85. Reference Air Line Pilots Association exhibit Number 103, page 7, line 3
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Carriers' Exhibit 86. Reference Air Line Pilots Association exhibit Number 103, page 8, line 3.
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Carriers' Exhibit 87. Reference Air Line Pilots Association exhibit Number 103, page 9, line 11.
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Carriers' Exhibit 88. Reference Air Line Pilots Association exhibit Number 103, page 10, line 1.
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Carriers' Exhibit 89. Reference Air Line Pilots Association exhibit Number 103, page 11, line 7.
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Carriers' Exhibit 90. Reference Air Line Pilots Association exhibit Number 103, page 4, line 6.
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Carriers' Exhibit 91. Seniority of captains holding bids on Paris-Rome shuttle flights.
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Carriers' Exhibit 82. Trans World Airlines pilot payroll and travel expense analysis.
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Carriers' Exhibit 93. Trans World Airline pilot pay hour analysis.
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Carriers' Exhibit 94. Second officer payroll and travel expense system.
September 1960- August 1961.

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Carriers' Exhibit 95. Payroll, company trust annuity contribution, and total earnings for the five most senior and the five least senior pilots by division based on bid status
September 1960-August 1961.

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Carriers' Exhibit 96. Summary of costs resulting from air Line Pilots Association's original proposal based on fourth quarter 1960 schedules.
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Carriers' Exhibit 97. Summary of increased expense. Air Line Pilots Association, October 1961 proposal versus present contract based on October 29, 1961 schedules.
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Carriers' Exhibit 98. Comparison - Air Line Pilots Association proposal (November 30, 1961) versus present contract based on October 29, 1961 schedules.
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Carriers' Exhibit 99. Anticipated reduction in number of group A flight engineers as designated by the Presidential Commission on the airlines controversy
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Carriers' Exhibit 100. Summary of added costs resulting from application of recommendations by the Presidential Commission in the airlines controversy.
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Carriers' Exhibit 101. Consumer price indexes in foreign countries by quarter.
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Carriers' Exhibit 102. Meal expense allowance comparison.
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Carriers' Exhibit 103. Excerpt from "Tipsfor travel abroad - what to know before you go."
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Carriers' Exhibit 104. Sample menus - London.
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Carriers' Exhibit 105. Sample menus - Paris.
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Carriers' Exhibit 106. Sample menus - Frankfurt area.
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Carriers' Exhibit 107. Sample menus - Rome.
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Carriers' Exhibit 108. Excerpt from Alson's Aboard and Abroad in Europe.
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Carriers' Exhibit 109. Increased productivity is the result of increased capital investment by the carrier.
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Carriers' Exhibit 110. Trans World Airlines aircraft introduction dates and acquisition cost.
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Carriers' Exhibit 111. No strike clauses.
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Carriers' Exhibit 112. Mr. C. N. Saying's letter addressed to the Air Line Pilots Association.
October 31, 1961.

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Carriers' Exhibit 113. Excerpt from Air Line Pilots Association Policy Manual.
May 1961.

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Carriers' Exhibit 114. Excerpt from second interim report. Air Line Pilots Association wage and working conditions. Policy Committee February 8, 1960 - Compensation.
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Carriers' Exhibit 115. Excerpt from second interim report. Air Line Pilots Association wage and working conditions. Policy Committee, February 8 1960 - Summary regarding compensation.
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Carriers' Exhibit 116. Excerpt from second interim report. Air Line Pilots Association wage and working conditions policy committee, February 8, 1960 - Working Conditions.
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Union Exhibit 1. Letter from C.N. Sawyer, President of the air Line Pilots Association to D.J. Crombie, Vice President - Industrial Relations of Trans World Airlines
Informing the Mr. Crombie that the Air Line Pilots Association would like to make changes in the agreement after it expires.

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Union Exhibit 2. Proposed pilots' employment agreement.
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Union Exhibit 3. Trans World Airlines - Air Line Pilots Association agreement
Effective May 22, 1959-November 22, 1960.

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Union Exhibit 4. Letters and telegrams between parties and national mediation board.
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Union Exhibit 5. Letters and telegrams between parties and national mediation board.
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Union Exhibit 6. Letters and telegrams between parties and national mediation board.
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Union Exhibit 7. Letters and telegrams between parties and national mediation board.
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Union Exhibit 8. Letters and telegrams between parties and national mediation board.
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Union Exhibit 9. Letters and telegrams between parties and national mediation board.
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Union Exhibit 10. Letters and telegrams between parties and national mediation board.
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Union Exhibit 11. Letters and telegrams between parties and national mediation board.
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Union Exhibit 12. Letters and telegrams between parties and national mediation board.
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Union Exhibit 13. Letters and telegrams between parties and national mediation board.
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Union Exhibit 14. Letters and telegrams between parties and national mediation board.
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Union Exhibit 15. Letters and telegrams between parties and national mediation board.
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Union Exhibit 16. Letters and telegrams between parties and national mediation board.
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Union Exhibit 17. Letters and telegrams between parties and national mediation board.
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Union Exhibit 18. Letters and telegrams between parties and national mediation board.
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Union Exhibit 19. Letters and telegrams between parties and national mediation board.
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Union Exhibit 20. Letters and telegrams between parties and national mediation board.
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Union Exhibit 21. Letters and telegrams between parties and national mediation board.
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Union Exhibit 22. Letters and telegrams between parties and national mediation board.
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Union Exhibit 23. Letters and telegrams between parties and national mediation board.
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Union Exhibit 24. Letters and telegrams between parties and national mediation board.
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Union Exhibit 25. Letters and telegrams between parties and national mediation board.
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Union Exhibit 26. Letters and telegrams between parties and national mediation board.
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Union Exhibit 27. Letters and telegrams between parties and national mediation board.
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Union Exhibit 28. Letters and telegrams between parties and national mediation board.
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Union Exhibit 29. Letters and telegrams between parties and national mediation board.
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Union Exhibit 30. Letters and telegrams between parties and national mediation board.
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Union Exhibit 31. Letters and telegrams between parties and national mediation board.
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Union Exhibit 32. Letters and telegrams between parties and national mediation board.
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Union Exhibit 33. Types of equipment by airline.
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Union Exhibit 34. 707 specifications.
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Union Exhibit 35. Trans World Airlines aircraft by types.
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Union Exhibit 36. Airline abbreviations.
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Union Exhibit 37. Comparative aircraft pegged speeds.
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Union Exhibit 38. Captain's base or longevity pay by airline and years of service.
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Union Exhibit 39. Captain's hourly rates by airline and type of equipment.
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Union Exhibit 40. Captain's mileage rates by airline.
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Union Exhibit 41. Captain's gross weight rates.
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Union Exhibit 42. Captain's international override by airline.
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Union Exhibit 43. Captain's operational duty pay by airline.
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Union Exhibit 44. First officer's base or longevity pay by airline and years of service.
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Union Exhibit 45. First officer's percentage of captain's flight pay.
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Union Exhibit 46. First officer's international override by airline.
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Union Exhibit 47. First officer's operational duty pay by airline.
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Union Exhibit 48. Second officer's base or longevity pay by airline and years of service.
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Union Exhibit 49. Second officer's percentage of captain's pay by airline and years of service.
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Union Exhibit 50. Second officer's international override by airline.
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Union Exhibit 51. Second officer's operational duty pay by airline.
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Union Exhibit 52. B-707-131 Comparative rates of compensation.
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Union Exhibit 53. B-720 B Comparative rates of compensation.
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Union Exhibit 54. CV-880 Comparative rates of compensation.
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Union Exhibit 55. L-1049 G Comparative rates of compensation - pilot.
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Union Exhibit 56. L-749/A Comparative rates of compensation - pilot.
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Union Exhibit 57. L-049 Comparative rates of compensation - pilot.
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Union Exhibit 58. B-707-131 Comparative rates of compensation - pilot.
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Union Exhibit 59. B-720 B Comparative rates of compensation - Senior co-pilot.
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Union Exhibit 60. CV-880 Comparative rates of compensation - Senior co-pilot.
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Union Exhibit 61. L-1049 G Comparative rates of compensation - Senior co-pilot.
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Union Exhibit 62. L-749/A Comparative rates of compensation - Senior co-pilot
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Union Exhibit 63. L-049 Comparative rates of compensation - Senior co-pilot.
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Union Exhibit 64. B-707-131 Comparative rates of compensation - Senior second officer.
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Union Exhibit 65. B-720 B Comparative rates of compensation - Senior second officer.
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Union Exhibit 66. Aircraft pegged speeds proposed and present agreements.
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Union Exhibit 67. Captain's longevity pay proposed and present agreements.
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Union Exhibit 68. Captain's hourly pay proposed and present agreements.
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Union Exhibit 69. Captain's mileage pay proposed and present agreements.
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Union Exhibit 70. Captain's gross weight pay proposed and present agreements.
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Union Exhibit 71. Captain's operational duty pay proposed and present agreements.
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Union Exhibit 72. First year salary per month proposed and present agreements.
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Union Exhibit 73. First officer's percentage of Captain's total pay proposed and present agreements by years of service.
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Union Exhibit 74. Second officer's percentage of Captain's total pay proposed and present agreements by years of service.
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Union Exhibit 75. Second officer seniority comparison.
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Union Exhibit 76. B-707-131 Comparison of proposed and current yields for various pay hours.
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Union Exhibit 77. B-720 B. Comparison and current yields for various pay hours.
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Union Exhibit 78. CV-880 Comparison of proposed and current yields for various pay hours.
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Union Exhibit 79. L-1649 Comparison of proposed and current yields for various pay hours.
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Union Exhibit 80. L-1049 G Comparison of proposed and current yields for various pay hours.
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Union Exhibit 81. L-749 A Comparison of proposed and current yields for various pay hours.
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Union Exhibit 82. B-707-131 First officer comparison of proposed and current yields for various pay hours.
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Union Exhibit 83. B 720 B First officer comparison of proposed and current yields for various pay hours.
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Union Exhibit 84. CV-880 First officer comparison of proposed and current yields for various pay hours
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Union Exhibit 85. L-1649 First officer comparison of proposed and current yields for various pay hours.
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Union Exhibit 86. L-1049 G First officer comparison of proposed and current yields for various pay hours.
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Union Exhibit 87. L-749 First officer comparison of proposed and current yields for various pay hours
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Union Exhibit 88. B-707-131 Second officer comparison of proposed and current yields for various pay hours.
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Union Exhibit 89. B-720 B Second officer comparison of proposed and current yields for various pay hours.
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Union Exhibit 90. CV-880 Second officer comparison of proposed and current yields for various pay hours.
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Union Exhibit 91. Contractual changes by airline
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Union Exhibit 92. Major airlines completing collective bargaining agreements immediately prior to and following the last Trans World Airline agreement.
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Union Exhibit 93. B-707-331 Domestic rates of compensation Senior captain - 85 hours, one-half day - one-half night.
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Union Exhibit 94. B-707-131 Domestic rates of compensation Senior captain - 85 hours, one-half day - one-half night.
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Union Exhibit 95. CV-880 Domestic rates of compensation Senior captain 35 hours, one-half day - one-half night.
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Union Exhibit 96. Trans World Airlines rates of compensation. B-707-131 as compared with Eastern Airlines rates of compensation both before and after the signing of the Trans World Airlines agreement.
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Union Exhibit 97. Graph of Union Exhibit 96
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Union Exhibit 98. Trans World Airlines rates of compensation adjusted for changes in the cost-of-living and national productivity with proposed changes in rates of compensation.
August 1, 1958

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Union Exhibit 99. Extract from civil Aeronautics Manual 40 "Scheduled interstate air carrier certification and operation rules."
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Union Exhibit 100. Trans World Airlines condensed timetable.
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Union Exhibit 101. Trans World Airlines Eastbound international schedules.
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Union Exhibit 102. System operations bulletin.
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Union Exhibit 103. Domestic flight crew assignments.
October 29, 1961.

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Union Exhibit 104. Extract from Civil Aeronautics Manual 41, certification and operation rules for scheduled air carrier operations outside the continental limits of the United States.
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Union Exhibit 105. Flight assignments - international pilots.
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Union Exhibit 106. Trans World Airlines pilots seniority list.
July 1, 1961

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Union Exhibit 107. Flight crew domicile list.
November 1, 1961.

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Union Exhibit 108. Deadhead time.
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Union Exhibit 109. Comparison - deadhead pay and credit.
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Union Exhibit 110. Compensation.
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Union Exhibit 111. Miscellaneous pay rules.
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Union Exhibit 112. Pay and credit when a supervisor is assigned to a pilot's scheduled trip.
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Union Exhibit 113. Trip and training expenses.
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Union Exhibit 114. Article about increased federal expense allowances.
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Union Exhibit 115. 75 cents per hour expense justification breakdown of average daily costs.
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Union Exhibit 116. Comparison of expense sections.
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Union Exhibit 117. Agreement amendments.
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Union Exhibit 118. Retirement - outline of pilots' proposals.
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Union Exhibit 119. Vesting for retirement purposes.
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Union Exhibit 120. Retirement - early retirement benefits.
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Union Exhibit 121. Table of disability benefits.
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Union Exhibit 122. Interest guarantees for pilot contributions to fixed benefit plans.
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Union Exhibit 123. Required company contributions to pilot variable annuity plans.
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Union Exhibit 124. Insurance - outline of pilots' proposals.
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Union Exhibit 125. Insurance.
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Union Exhibit 126. Physical examinations.
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Union Exhibit 127. Physical examinations.
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Union Exhibit 128. Vacations.
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Union Exhibit 129. Vacation comparison - hours free of duty prior to start of vacation.
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Union Exhibit 130. Hours of service - outline of pilots' proposals.
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Union Exhibit 131. Comparison of scheduled flight time limitations - single crew operation.
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Union Exhibit 132. Scheduled duty aloft.
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Union Exhibit 133. Eastern - working rules and limitations.
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Union Exhibit 134. Effect of improved trip and duty formulae - piston equipment - domestic system.
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Union Exhibit 135. Hours of service.
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Union Exhibit 136. Excerpt from opinion of chairman of board of arbitration, Case A - 6008, Arbitration 252
In the matter of a dispute between Trans World Airlines, Incorporated and the Air Line Stewards and Stewardesses Association, International. June 30, 1960.

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Union Exhibit 137. Hours of service comparison.
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Union Exhibit 138. Comparison of scheduled block-to-block speeds.
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Union Exhibit 139. Productivity comparison.
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Union Exhibit 140. all multiple service configurations.
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Union Exhibit 141. Productivity comparison - Boeing intercontinental super jet - piston Jetstream trans-Atlantic flights.
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Union Exhibit 142. Productivity comparison - Turbojet (707-331) and piston (L-1649 A) equipment, current international schedules.
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Union Exhibit 143. Comparison - Domicile staffing.
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Union Exhibit 143. Bed pilots versus regular reserve pilots.
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Union Exhibit 144. Comparison of number of pilots.
January 1, 1958 and November 1, 1961.

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Union Exhibit 145. Productivity comparison - effect of replacing piston equipment with short-range turbo jet equipment on currently operated domestic passenger schedules.
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Union Exhibit 146. Productivity comparison - effect of replacing piston equipment with long and medium-range turbo jet equipment on currently operated domestic passenger schedules.
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Union Exhibit 147. Productivity comparison - pilot crew requirements.
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Union Exhibit 148. Pilots' crew requirements - Trans World Airlines system.
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Union Exhibit 149. Pilot crew requirements - Trans World Airlines system formula bid pilots added by pilots' proposal.
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Union Exhibit 150. Pilot crew requirements - Trans World Airlines system comparison of current agreement - pilots' proposals - company's proposals.
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Union Exhibit 151. Years of service Trans World Airlines system.
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Union Exhibit 152. Airline pilot fatigue question.
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Union Exhibit 153. Stress and fatigue.
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Union Exhibit 154. Flight fatigue in jet aircraft.
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Union Exhibit 155. New York Times article: "Body cycle upset by jet-age speed."
November 11, 1961.

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Union Exhibit 156. New York Times article: "Hazards of jet tourism"
November 19, 1961.

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Union Exhibit 157. Working conditions comparison - piston equipment - turbo-jet equipment.
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Union Exhibit 158. Flight crew monthly flight time record, Trans World airlines, Incorporated - J.B. Archer
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Union Exhibit 159. Flight crew monthly flight time record, Trans World Airlines, Incorporated - F.W. Burcham.
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Union Exhibit 160. Flight crew monthly flight time record for C.O. Johnson - Trans World Airlines
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Union Exhibit 161. Reserve officer assignments.
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Union Exhibit 162. Training and route qualification.
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Union Exhibit 163. Furlough and employment protection - examples of existing agreements comparing pilots' proposal with similar language.
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Union Exhibit 164. Moving expenses - examples of existing agreements comparing pilots' proposal with similar language.
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Union Exhibit 165. Moving expenses comparison.
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Union Exhibit 166. Comparison of length of time a company will pay for moving expenses to a newly established domicile.
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Union Exhibit 167. Definitions: examples of existing agreements comparing pilots' proposal with similar language.
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Union Exhibit 168. Effect of pilot proposals on increased formula hours.
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Joint Exhibit 1. Trans World Airlines senior captain monthly pay Trans World airlines versus Air Line Pilots Association.
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Joint Exhibit 2. Boeing 707 - 131 domestic rates of compensation senior captain - 85 hours one-half day - one-half night.
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Joint Exhibit 3 - Boeing 707 - 331, International Rates