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Topic: Comair Files To Reject FA Union Agreement
Username: KarlB737
Posted 2006-02-22 20:47:11 and read 2492 times.

Courtesy: Cincinnati Business Courier

Comair Files To Reject FA Union Agreement

http://www.bizjournals.com/industrie...2006/02/20/cincinnati_daily26.html

Topic: RE: Comair Files To Reject FA Union Agreement
Username: TinPusher007
Posted 2006-02-22 20:54:52 and read 2477 times.

As taken from the story..."Comair, a commuter airline, is based at the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport."

The media needs to get their sh!t right. The last time I checked, Comair was considered a major airline by the DOT. This is truly sad for Comair, always considered to be an industry leader. Those flight attendants only make between 16 and 40K if Im not mistaken. If the company gets their way, I would expect a lot of attrition.

Topic: RE: Comair Files To Reject FA Union Agreement
Username: FutureFO
Posted 2006-02-22 22:52:31 and read 2430 times.

They are a National Airline. However sinvce they are owned by DL they are also forced into BK.



Sean from MCO and SDF

Topic: RE: Comair Files To Reject FA Union Agreement
Username: TinPusher007
Posted 2006-02-22 23:20:17 and read 2413 times.

1 billion in revenue is classified as major. They are not a legacy carrier, but they are a major as is ASA, Skywest, ExpressJet and American Eagle.

Topic: RE: Comair Files To Reject FA Union Agreement
Username: DeltaGuy
Posted 2006-02-23 06:06:55 and read 2354 times.

Way to keep the union busting up huh? First DL, now it's trickled down into the lower ranks. Will be interesting to see if they try to stick it to the ALPA pilots as well.

DeltaGuy

Topic: RE: Comair Files To Reject FA Union Agreement
Username: TinPusher007
Posted 2006-02-23 17:13:01 and read 2312 times.

Whats going on with ASA's contract...they are still in negotiations, I believe.


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