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Boeing, Machinists reach sweeping agreement

After secret talks that began in earnest in mid-October, Boeing and the Machinists union have reached a landmark tentative agreement that would ensure the 737MAX is built in Renton and lead to settlement of the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) case against the company.

Flight Attendants at New ExpressJet Are Ready to Unify in the Association of Flight Attendants

Today, the voting process begins for nearly 2,300 Atlantic Southeast Airlines and ExpressJet Flight Attendants in an election to determine union representation.

Ground-Based Synthetic Flight Instructors-Emirates Airline & Group

Due to the on on-going growth of Emirates Airline, there is a requirement for Ground Instructor positions within Flight Training for the A330/340 and B777 Fleets.

American Airlines Could Slash 800 New York Jobs

Although American Airlines’ bankruptcy move yesterday isn’t expected to have much impact on flights and travelers the same can’t be said for its workforce.

American Airlines’ unions will learn the hard way [Opinion]

It wasn’t enough that the Allied Pilots Association would reject a contract offer with job security, pension protection, annual raises and a signing bonus. Negotiators also wanted management to eat some humble pie.

Airline bankruptcy could cost KC $1.1 million per year

Passengers are unlikely to see any immediate disruptions from American Airlines’ bankruptcy filing, but it could cost Kansas City $1.1 million in annual lease payments.

Airline bosses criticise Air Passenger Duty rise

British and Irish airline bosses have criticised the Chancellor’s decision to press ahead with a 10pc rise in Air Passenger Duty, claiming the tax has “already cost the UK economy 25,000 jobs”.

AMR Bankruptcy Deals ‘Psychological Blow’ to DFW

The bankruptcy of American Airlines parent AMR Corp. (AMR) deals a blow to the Dallas-Fort Worth region of Texas, a community whose identity and fortunes have been tied to the company and aviation for more than 80 years.

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