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United Flight Attendant Union Leaders Vote “No Confidence” in UAL’s Senior Management

Date: July 25, 2001

CHICAGO — United Airlines flight attendant union leaders passed a resolution of “no confidence” in United’s senior management at their Master Executive Council meeting on July 20.

“United’s senior management has embraced a corporate culture that fails to address the needs and concerns of employees,” said United AFA MEC President Linda Farrow. “United management refuses to treat the flight attendants equally—in merger negotiations, in pay and in basic rights that are afforded to other employees. Management does not value the vital contributions flight attendants make to the company everyday, and we have no confidence in their ability to make decisions that are in the best interest of our flight attendants.”

The United AFA MEC is comprised of elected flight attendant union leaders from around the globe who represent more than 25,000 United Airlines flight attendants.

The United Airlines flight attendants are joined together in AFA, the world's largest flight attendant union. Visit us at www.unitedafa.org.

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