Tue, 6 December 2016

United Airlines Technicians Ratify Joint Collective Bargaining Agreement

United Airlines technicians, represented by the International Brotherhood of Teamsters (IBT), have voted to ratify a new joint collective bargaining agreement.

This successful vote is a milestone that marks the beginning of a new, exciting journey for this airline one where we are working together as an airline that is truly united as a team, said Oscar Munoz, CEO, United Airlines. We can now turn confidently toward the future with the shared purpose of building the best airline in the world for employees and customers.

The IBT agreement brings together the airlines more than 9,000 technicians and related employees under a single contract, delivering improvements such as wage increases and job protections.

Also in 2016, United reached a joint collective bargaining agreement with flight attendants, as well as contract extensions covering the airlines pilots, dispatchers, ramp and passenger-service agents, contact center employees, storekeepers, load planners, maintenance and fleet technical instructors, and security officers.

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