Air Canada said all five of its domestic unions have ratified cost-neutral agreements on labor stability and pension relief following the International Assn. of Machinists and Aerospace Workers vote Wednesday. The union had rejected the deal two weeks ago (ATWOnline, July 2). "These are extremely challenging times for both the airline industry and credit markets and there remain many hurdles to overcome, including the necessary governmental approvals for the pension funding arrangement and ...

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