Jun 18 - Inflight management has expressed a view that the airline schedule has improved to the point that the circumstances which called for the original modification now no longer exist. Based on these changes, management sees a path forward to returning to the negotiated provisions of Section 28 and has set July 15, 2021 as the date on which this will become effective.
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