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Sun, Nov 20, 2011

Alaska Airlines Technicians Ratify New Five-Year Contract

Deal Includes Pay Raises, Job Protection, Bonuses

Alaska Airlines and the Aircraft Mechanics Fraternal Association (AMFA) announced that the carrier's 626 aircraft technicians and related employees have ratified a new five-year contract. The agreement includes annual pay raises, additional job protection provisions, a long-term contract bonus, and a shared commitment between Alaska Airlines and AMFA to work on minimizing health-care cost increases.

"This contract recognizes the professionalism and skill of our technicians and provides long-term security for our employees, the union and the airline," said Fred Mohr, Alaska Airlines' vice president of maintenance and engineering.

Alaska Airlines and AMFA reached a tentative agreement on the new contract in October. The new contract becomes amendable on Oct. 17, 2016. AMFA is the largest craft union representing aircraft technicians and related employees and serves members at Alaska, Mesaba and Southwest Airlines.

FMI: www.alaskaair.com

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