17 June 2014
United Airlines said that dispatchers represented by the Professional Airline Flight Control Association and the Transport Workers Union (TWU) have ratified a new joint labour agreement for all United Airlines dispatchers.
The agreement covers more than 330 United dispatchers.
United said it has achieved joint collective bargaining agreements with a majority of the company´s represented work force, including pilots, fleet service, passenger service, reservations and storekeeper workgroups.
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