The Transport Workers Union on Thursday suspended its tentative agreement with American Airlines covering the carrier's 10,600 fleet service workers. AA reached the accord with TWU on May 28, but even then union leaders indicated they accepted the deal only because it was a necessary step toward an eventual release from the National Mediation Board (ATWOnline, May 31). TWU cast doubt on whether rank-and-file workers would vote for the agreement in July voting. Less than a week after ...

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