Union vote begins Nov. 2 for Delta Air Lines passenger service workersBy AP
Friday, October 8, 2010
Union vote dates set for some Delta ground workers
MINNEAPOLIS — Passenger service workers at Delta Air Lines Inc. begin voting Nov. 2 on whether they want to be in a union.
The International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers represented that group of workers at Northwest Airlines. It’s hoping to represent the combined group now that Delta has absorbed Northwest. Their co-workers who worked for Delta before the acquisition are non-union.
The election will cover roughly 16,000 passenger service workers. It will run through Dec. 7.
A separate election for 14,000 fleet workers begins Thursday and runs through Nov. 18. And flight attendants are voting until Nov. 3 on whether to join the Association of Flight Attendants.
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