JetBlue pilots again reject union representation

08/17/2011 | Bloomberg · Kansas City Star (Mo.), The

JetBlue Airways remains the largest carrier in the U.S. without organized labor groups after its pilots voted against joining a union for the second time. Mateo Lleras, a spokesman for JetBlue, said that 58% of the pilots' votes were against representation. After the vote, JetBlue CEO David Barger thanked the pilots for opting "to retain and expand their direct relationship with the company."

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