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Hawaiian Air, flight attendants reach contract pact

By Star-Advertiser staff


Unionized flight attendants and Hawaiian Airlines have reached a tentative contract agreement that the company says will increase both pay and productivity.

Details of the five-year agreement, covering 1,280 flight attendants, were not released pending a ratification vote.
Voting is expected to take place during the next several weeks.

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allie wrote:
In this bad economy, they are lucky to have jobs.
on March 12,2012 | 01:48PM
ejkorvette wrote:
Yes, you are so Correct. Good Jobs nowadays are becoming hard to scoop up.
on March 12,2012 | 06:18PM
kainalu wrote:
Yo! Dunkerly and Keoni! Where's my refund?
on March 12,2012 | 03:48PM
Maneki_Neko wrote:
Increase pay AND productivity. If true, this is indeed a good deal. Hopefully, "productivity" isn't achieved by stiffing the passengers.
on March 12,2012 | 05:08PM
ejkorvette wrote:
I like Hawaiian Airlines. They are Professionals and bring a Local approach to their job which makes for a pleasent flying experience. I wish them all the best.
on March 12,2012 | 06:17PM
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