Alaska Airlines (AS) and the Aircraft Mechanics Fraternal Assn. (AMFA) on Thursday jointly announced they have reached a tentative agreement on a proposed five-year contract for the carrier's 626 aircraft technicians. The proposed contract includes annual pay raises, additional job protection provisions, and a shared commitment to work on minimizing health care cost increases. A ratification vote will be held by mid-November. If ratified, the new contract would become amendable ...

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