American Airlines and the Transport Workers Union Reach Tentative Agreements in Principle for Simulator Technician Groups, Ground School and Simulator Pilot Instructor Groups
FORT WORTH, Texas, July 28, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Missy Cousino, American Airlines Labor Spokesperson, Issued the Following Statement:
"American Airlines and the Transport Workers Union have reached two tentative agreements in principle for the Simulator Technician workgroup and the Ground School and Simulator Pilot Instructor workgroup.
"These tentative agreements provide our Simulator Technicians and Ground School and Simulator Pilot Instructors with market-based compensation, including structural increases, and enhancements to other contract items such as vacation and holidays.
"Both parties worked collaboratively during this negotiating process to reach tentative agreements that address the interests of our TWU-represented employees and the company.
"It is our understanding the TWU will provide details of the agreements and the voting process to its members in the coming days.
"American Airlines has more than 50,000 employees represented by unions, including approximately 80 simulator technicians and approximately 160 ground school and simulator pilot instructors."
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SOURCE American Airlines