FLYi seal union agreememt

9th Nov 2005

FLYi, the parent company of airline Independence Air and the Association of Flight
Attendants- Communications Workers of America have agreed to
changes in pay rates and work rules for Independence Air flight
attendants, subject to membership ratification. The agreement has been
designed to assist the company as part of its ongoing restructuring
process by making certain modifications to the existing Flight
Attendant Collective Bargaining Agreement. The ratification process
will begin shortly.

Independence Air President and Chief Operating Officer Tom Moore said, 
“This is an important step for us, and we applaud our flight attendants
and their leadership for stepping up in their efforts to help at a time
when that help is needed most. Our flight attendants have been critical
to the customer success we’ve achieved so far, and they continue to do
an excellent job in their role as service leaders for our airline.”

AFA-CWA Master Executive Council President Kenneth Kindred said, “The
Independence Air flight attendants are working with management and
other unions on the property to move us a step closer to a successful
conclusion to the company’s restructuring efforts. We are proud of the
company’s history and our role in making Independence Air a national
leader in customer satisfaction.”


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