I'm happy, and have no problem with union pilots flying for airlines. Is there a market for an airline that doesn't want union pilots? Seems like one group has the hate going for another group. If you don't want to fly a non-union plane, then that is your right and power as a consumer. Should the market for non-union pilots be denied to the flying public? Why do we have part 121 regs? Why is there a bunch of three letter agencies watching over all that the flying public is exposed to? Why should there be a union pilot market exclusively? Why should flight jobs be denied to people without a union card? These are not rhetorical questions. If you have good answers - I'm all ears.