JetBlue Airways flight attendants voted to join the Transport Workers Union (TWU) April 17, paving the way for negotiations to secure the first contract for the New York-based carrier’s 5,000 inflight crewmembers. Once the National Mediation Board (NMB) authorizes TWU as the representative body for the workforce, JetBlue and TWU are each expected to begin assembling respective negotiating committees. “While we respect the outcome of the election, we are disappointed in this ...

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