Comair and its 970 flight attendants represented by the International Brotherhood of Teamsters reached a tentative labor agreement last week. The carrier was granted permission to void its previous deal over the summer (ATWOnline, July 24) and said it would impose new terms from Nov. 15. The union said the deal is for four years and includes a 7.5% pay cut, the Associated Press reported. Teamsters President Jim Hoffa said Comair cabin staff remain the best paid in the US Regional market. ...

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