Alaska Airlines reached a tentative agreement on a five-year contract with the union representing its mechanics, and did so more than a week before the current contract even becomes amendable. The Aircraft Mechanics Fraternal Association, which represents 626 aircraft technicians and related employees at the airline, says the proposed contract negotiated over the past 11 months includes annual pay raises, job protection provisions and “a share commitment between Alaska Airlines and AMFA ...
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