International Representative Bob Fisher appeared on The Leslie Marshall Show to discuss the new United Airlines contract.
(WASHINGTON) – Mechanics at United Airlines stations across the nation ratified a six-year National Joint Collective Bargaining Agreement with the company today after more than three years of negotiations.
As of today, all relevant documents relating to the United Airlines Tentative Joint Collective Bargaining Agreement have been posted here, including the integrated seniority list. Please click on the links on the right sidebar to view the list, along with information regarding your pay and benefits and the full language of the United Airlines Tentative Joint Collective Bargaining Agreement. The timeline for the voting period on the left side of the UAL page, is final. Any additional information will be posted on this webpage.
Your Negotiating Committee
Please click here to see when staff members from the United Airlines will be coming to your station to answer questions and explain elements of the tentative agreement with United Airlines.
Please watch the following video explanations of economic, medical and retirement benefits in the new tentative agreement with United Airlines. An explanation of the scope of the agreement is also on this page.
On Wednesday, September 28, 2016, the International Brotherhood of Teamsters and United Airlines reached an agreement covering more than 9,000 airline mechanics. Details of the agreement are available on this webpage, along with presentations and materials explaining the components of this contract. Ballots will be going in the mail soon. Below is a timeline of events that will occur during the contract ratification schedule.
The documents on this page contain explanations of the pay and benefit packages that the mechanics will be receiving if this tentative agreement is approved.
Tentative Joint Collective Bargaining Agreement between United Airlines and the International Brotherhood of Teamsters. This contract will be subject to a ratification vote.