JetBlue Airways maintained its status as the lone US major airline with no employees represented by a union when its pilots voted this week against representation by the Air Line Pilots Assn. The carrier said 58% of those voting cast ballots against unionization. Under air and rail union voting rules implemented by the US National Mediation Board last year (ATW Daily News, June 29, 2010), a majority of JetBlue's 2,100 pilots would have had to vote for unionization. Previously, only a ...

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