Flight Attendants Union Reaches Deal With United

On June 24th, United Continental Holdings Inc reached a deal for the first labor contract in its history that covers all flight attendants at the company, a breakthrough after workers’ protests and years of talks.
Ratification would mark a victory for new Chief Executive Officer Oscar Munoz, who has been seeking new contracts and harmony with workers.
Since United Airlines merged with Continental in 2010, their crews continue to staff separate flights. That means when a flight is at risk of being canceled because it is short-staffed, United cannot bring in reserve employees from pre-merger Continental if it is on a pre-merger United aircraft.


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