The Allied Pilots Association has sent out a question-and-answer message to address questions that members may have about a possible merger, the memorandum of understanding approved by union leadership at US Airways and American Airlines and other matters.

APA represents American’s pilots. The US Airline Pilots Association represents US Airways pilots.

Here’s the Reader’s Digest version, and you can read the entire message below.

Q. Why haven’t American’s pilots been told what’s in the memo?

A. We can’t. We promised.

Q. Why have US Airways pilots been told what’s in the MOU?

A. They haven’t. Just the union leadership, like at APA.

Q. When will we be informed?

A. When the airlines let us.

Q. When will it take effect?

A. When we merge.

Q. When will we merge?

A. Don’t know. The Justice Deaprtment will have to review any proposals.

Q. When will we exit bankruptcy?

A. Don’t know. Probably later this year. It’s tied to the merger issue.

Q. What if US Airways pilots don’t approve the MOU?

A. Then it won’t cover them.

Q. Who’ll represent the pilots after a merger?

A. Probably us. We’re bigger.

Keep reading for the real questions and answers.

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