United Airlines workers reject tentative accords

Credit: Rob Finlayson
United Airlines fleet service, passenger service and storekeeper employees rejected tentative labor agreements reached with airline management in February. The inability of United to secure a unified labor contract with more than 28,000 workers from several work groups representing legacy United and...

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