Air Canada is planning to hire hundreds of flight attendants at a lower wage scale for its new low-cost airline. In a letter of understanding signed with the Canadian Union of Public Employees, which represented Air Canada’s existing flight attendants, set out the new pay scale for the budget airline and included a 53-page tentative labour agreement reached on August 1. Under the tentative pact, which would be retroactive to April 1, Air Canada flight attendants would receive wage hikes of 2% in each of the first three years, and 3% in each of the final two years. Air Canada
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