Southwest Airlines flight attendants have voted down a tentative agreement that would have ended two years of negotiations. Representatives for Transport Workers Union (TWU) say flight attendants rejected the deal by 87% of those casting ballots. Nearly 89% of eligible flight attendants voted. Southwest SVP-labor relations Randy Babbitt said the agreement “ensured that our flight attendants would stay atop the industry in pay and benefits. It improved the company’s ...

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