Alaska Airlines, Virgin America and the Association of Flight Attendants (AFA) reached a tentative merger agreement for the airline's 5,400 flight attendants, the organizations announced. The deal includes “competitive” pay raises and boosts in retirement fund contributions and "preserves all productivity" of the existing Alaska contract, the airline said. The agreement also establishes immediate parity on pay rates for former Virgin America flight attendants, who ...

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