United Airlines' cabin staff, represented by the Assn. of Flight Attendants, have filed an objection with the US Bankruptcy Court to the carrier's Management Equity Incentive Program under which 11% of the reorganized company's stock would be set aside for 400 management employees after the airline leaves bankruptcy. A hearing to confirm the reorganization plan will take place Jan. 18. AFA also objected to a provision in the plan that would permit United to reject the flight attendants' ...

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