Air Canada and flight attendants come to tentative agreement

Air Canada said it has struck a tentative collective agreement with the Canadian Union of Public Employees, which represents its flight attendants. The deal is subject to ratification by union members and approval by the carrier's board of directors. The agreement "maintains industry-leading compensation and benefits for Air Canada's flight attendants while ensuring the long-term sustainability of the airline," said Susan Welscheid, senior vice president of customer service at Air Canada.

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