Delta Air Lines cabin staff rejected representation by the Assn. of Flight Attendants by a significant margin. Delta said it had been informed by the National Mediation Board that more than 53% of flight attendants voting in the election rejected the union, which represented the approximately 7,200 former Northwest Airlines cabin staff. According to the airline, 18,760 votes were cast out of 19,887 eligible voters. In a statement, Delta Senior VP-In-Flight Service Joanne Smith said the ...

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