US Airways flight attendants, represented by the Assn. of Flight Attendants (AFA) narrowly defeated a proposed five-year collective bargaining agreement, in a 51% to 49% vote.   US Airways and AFA reached a tentative agreement Aug. 7 that would have amended existing contracts for the airline’s 6,800 flight attendants based in its three hub cities of Charlotte, N.C., Philadelphia, Pa., and Phoenix, Ariz., plus its Washington DC focus city.   US Airways chairman and CEO ...

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