Laura Einspanier, American Airlines vice president of employee relations, informed pilots Tuesday night that the air carrier would hold off on implementing some unpopular changes to the pilots’ terms of employment.

Among the items being deferred for October were plans to eliminate night pay, and to pay pilots for actual time flown on international flights rather than scheduled time if the actual time was shorter than scheduled time.

Would these be considered peace offerings to the Allied Pilots Association and American’s pilots? Einspanier, in a letter to AA pilots, said the company was putting off the implementation of the changes “to help foster a constructive environment for us all.”

Keep reading for her entire letter.

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