United Airlines said it will cut an additional 600 flight attendant positions this year, bringing the total number of flight attendant job reductions planned in 2009 to more than 2,000. The cuts reportedly will begin Aug. 31. "We will offer our flight attendants a voluntary package and hope to receive enough responses to prevent any involuntary furloughs," the airline said. UA and cabin staff represented by the Assn. of Flight Attendants-CWA in April launched negotiations on their labor ...

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