The Assn. of Flight Attendants-CWA said it won a major arbitration ruling Thursday on behalf of former Midwest Airlines flight attendants who were laid off after Republic Airways purchased the airline and “staffed the same flights with non-Midwest flight attendants, who were often compensated up to 70% less” (ATW Daily News, Oct. 6, 2009). AFA said its Midwest contract “outlined strong provisions for protecting flight attendant jobs and contained language that specified ...

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