Unions representing aircraft mechanics at Southwest Airlines and AirTran reached a tentative seniority integration agreement. The voting process will start on May 21 and Southwest hopes to announce the results on June 21, according to an airline industry source. This is big progress for Southwest because in late February, the two unions representing the mechanics had rejected the airline’s seniority integration proposal. The next step would have been for the Aircraft Mechanics Fraternal ...
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