SAN FRANCISCO – United Airlines, seeking to cut costs, will outsource 637 customer-service and baggage-handling jobs at 12 airports, while bringing those jobs in-house at three other airports, the airline said. The 637 employees, represented by the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers (IAM), will be offered jobs elsewhere in United’s system, provided they are willing to relocate. United will seek third-party vendors for the customer-service and ramp ...


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