Alaska Airlines reaches contract accord with flight attendants union
Alaska Airlines (ALK) and the Association of Flight Attendants have reached an agreement on a proposed two-year contract extension.
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Alaska Airlines and the Association of Flight Attendants have reached an agreement on a proposed two-year contract extension. It would cover 2,800 flight attendants through April 2012.
The union and Seattle-based airline said the agreement was presented Tuesday to union members, and results of a vote on the contract are expected in mid-March.
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