Three unions representing American Airlines employees--the Allied Pilots Assn., the Assn. of Professional Flight Attendants and the Transport Workers Union--each filed presidential grievances yesterday protesting the cash bonuses that around 1,000 members of management are set to receive in April under the carrier's Performance Unite Plan, which links the payments to stock performance. The unions contend the bonuses are a violation of their collective bargaining agreements and also occurred ...

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