WASHINGTON—Mechanics for Southwest Airlines, represented by the Aircraft Mechanics Fraternal Association (AMFA), have voted to ratify a new contract through 2024, ending more than six years of contentious negotiations that led to multiple rounds of public finger-pointing and lawsuits between the two sides. The vote was approved overwhelmingly by a vote of nearly 95%, with close to 94% of the union’s 2,500 members participating. “This agreement represents a justifiable ...

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