The new flight attendant union at Virgin America may result in increased labor costs and changes in work rules but likely will not greatly affect airline operations, two analysts told Aviation Week. “They have to reorient themselves to a different reality and one that imposes certain costs that they have to be smart to offset,” said David Walsh, associate professor management at Miami University and an expert in labor relations. “They need to try to establish a good ...
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