AA FLIGHT ATTENDANTS PROTEST OVER COMPENSATION

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By TESTCustomwebLP TESTCustomwebLP April 20, 2011 08:51

AA FLIGHT ATTENDANTS PROTEST OVER COMPENSATION

American Airlines flight attendants are picketing 10 US airports today in protest of the $100 million paid to top executives over six years even though they agreed to $340 million in annual concessions in 2003 to help the struggling company.

The airline has stated that executive compensation agreements is tied to stock performance, which means that in the past 10 years, executives have been paid only 65% of their intended compensation.

“American’s executive compensation plan directly links pay to the company’s performance and places a significant portion of management compensation at risk,” said American Airlines in a statement.

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