Frontier Airlines Flight Attendants Prepare For Strike

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  • November 18, 2018 at 1:49 pmFiled Under:Flight Attendants, Frontier Airlines, Local TV, StrikeDENVER (CBS4) – Frontier Airlines flight attendants say they’re ready to strike. The group has been negotiating with the airline for a new contract.
    On Friday, the flight attendants voted to authorize a strike, however that doesn’t mean they’ll walk off the job anytime soon.
    A strike would only happen if federal mediators decide there is no hope the two side will come to an agreement.
    Last week, Frontier’s pilots reached a tentative agreement on a new contract after more than two years of negotiations.


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