Delta Air Lines CEO Ed Bastian on May 22 pushed back against recent criticism from US Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vermont) and other Congressional Democrats who have alleged the Atlanta-based carrier has engaged in a targeted campaign to intimidate flight attendants and ramp workers from unionizing. The controversy ignited earlier in May when a social media posts went viral on Twitter showing posters produced by the airline discouraging workers from joining the International Association of ...

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