Judge Sean Laneā€™s rejection of American Airlinesā€™ motion to abrogate its pilots union contracts could affect the outcome of the carrierā€™s flight attendantsā€™ vote on managementā€™s most recent contract offer. The Association of Professional Flight Attendants (APFA) membership is expected to finish voting on managementā€™s ā€œlast, best and finalā€ contract offer Aug. 19. Union leadership is pointing to Laneā€™s ruling as a cautionary tale and is urging members to ratify the new contract, rather ...

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