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Association of Flight Attendants-CWA United Master Executive Council

Collective Bargaining Agreement


Resignation Special Pass Benefit

May 1, 2003

Mr. Gregory E. Davidowitch, President

UAL/AFA Master Executive Council

Association of Flight Attendants

6400 Shafer Court, Suite 250

Rosemont, IL 60018

Dear Mr. Davidowitch:

As a result of discussions leading to the 2003-2009 Restructuring Agreement, the Association of Flight Attendants and United Airlines agreed as follows:

Flight Attendants who resign from the Company and who have 20 years of Company seniority, would receive the following pass benefits. These passes are in lieu of any pass benefits they may have been entitled to under Company policy had they early retired when eligible. Those eligible to use the pass benefits would be the employee, spouse, and dependent children as defined in Company policy.

North America Including Hawaii  

Outside of North America
(excluding Hawaii)

Seven SA passes per year with service charge   One annual SA pass per year with service charge

Flight Attendants who resign with 20 years of service may be required to give the Company at least six months advance notice. All such resignations will be effective the first day following six months in the event such notice is required. Flight Attendants must request such travel at the time of their resignation in order to be eligible.



/s/ Frank Colosi                 

Frank R. Colosi

Director Labor Relations

Onboard Service