US Airways, AMR Merger Means Stable Future: Glading

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Nov. 12 (Bloomberg) -- Association of Professional Flight Attendants' Laura Glading discusses the merger between US Airways and AMR on Bloomberg Television's "Money Moves." (Source: Bloomberg)

For flight attendants in particular.

It has been supporting it for day one.

It is very important for us to work for a good competitive company.

We have waited an attorney at the for this announcement.

We are positively thrilled.

It means a very stable future for the flight attendants of america.

How usual was it that unions and management and worked so closely together?

It broke a lot of patterns.

Calexico certainly has.

-- it certainly has.

It is a sign of things to come.

We have been criticized for poor labor-management relations and not working together and holding up the process that the prospects of a more successful company.

We show that when given a seat at the table we can act responsibly, we can work together.

Together we are going to have the biggest and most successful carrier and the world.

We are all very excited about it.

Obviously there has been a really tough decade for amr.

Can this merger turn things around?

Clicks it absolutely can turn things around.

I dealt the merger were part of the problem.

America was unable to compete with elta and united.

This merger puts us on a level playing field.

We plan to be very successful.

This has been terrific for the customers, for the employees, for everyone.


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