Air Canada announced tentative agreements on its 21-month pension funding moratorium with some 3,200 pilots represented by the Air Canada Pilots Assn. and approximately 6,700 flight attendants represented by the Canadian Union of Public Employees, giving the airline the consent of all five Canadian unions and allowing it to move forward with its effort to seek new funding (ATWOnline, June 10). AC also agreed to extend its labor agreements with all unions except CUPE for 21 months, assuring ...

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