United Airlines on Brink of Labor Peace Six Years After MergerBy
Flight attendants ratify pact, mechanics near tentative deal
CEO seeks ‘new chapter’ in carrier’s relations with employees
United Continental Holdings Inc. won approval for a new contract with flight attendants and reached an “agreement in principle” with mechanics, setting the stage for labor peace for the first time since the 2010 merger that created the airline.
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