Southwest and union agree over 737-800 terms

Southwest has reached a tentative agreement with union representatives over contract revisions for flight attendants who may work on its Boeing 737-800 aircraft. The company recently announced it is considering purchasing the planes, which would increase the number of passengers on some flights. The contract, which covers issues such as pay increases and training, is awaiting approval from union members.

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