JETBLUE PILOTS VOTE AGAINST JOINING UNION

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By TESTCustomwebLP TESTCustomwebLP August 17, 2011 19:41

JETBLUE PILOTS VOTE AGAINST JOINING UNION

Some 58% of JetBlue Airways pilots have voted against joining a union. This is the second time they have rejected union membership to remain the biggest US airline without organized labour groups.

Although 41% pilots voted in favor of joining, the union needed a majority of 2,050 valid votes to prevail under a 2010 federal rule change.

Chief Executive Officer David Barger thanked the pilots in a statement after the vote for choosing “to retain and expand their direct relationship with the company.”

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