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Welcome to unitednegotiations.com, our website to provide updated information regarding negotiations between United and our employee groups. We have achieved joint collective bargaining agreements covering more than 40,000 of our represented employees, as well as single agreements covering our technicians and flight attendants from each subsidiary.


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  • United technicians ratify joint collective bargaining agreement

    United Airlines announced today that the company’s technicians, represented by the International Brotherhood of Teamsters (IBT), have voted to ratify a new joint collective bargaining agreement. With today’s announcement, United has reached new agreements with every domestic unionized work group in 2016.

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  • IBT approves tentative agreement

    The International Brotherhood of Teamsters told us today that their negotiations committee has voted to approve the agreement in principle between the company and the union. We’re glad that our technicians will have the opportunity to vote for a new contract.

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  • UA and IBT to meet with NMB, continue work on agreement in principle

    Last month, we jointly announced an agreement with the International Brotherhood of Teamsters for an industry-leading deal for technicians and related employees. So we were disappointed to hear from IBT today that their negotiations committee has voted against transitioning the language of the agreement in principle to a tentative agreement. Our agreement in principle with the IBT still stands, and we remain in mediated negotiations.

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  • United and IBT reach agreement in principle for technicians

    United and the International Brotherhood of Teamsters announced jointly today that they have reached an agreement in principle for a joint contract covering the company’s approximately 9,000 technicians and related employees.

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  • United Airlines Flight Attendants Ratify Joint Contract

    The flight attendants at United Airlines, represented by the Association of Flight Attendants-CWA (AFA), today ratified a contract covering 25,000 flight attendants.

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  • Oscar joins negotiations team in Chicago this week

    United and the International Brotherhood of Teamsters continued negotiations for a joint collective agreement covering technician and related employees this week with the assistance of the National Mediation Board. Oscar joined the negotiating committees at the bargaining table on Tuesday to discuss the state of the business and his personal commitment that reaching a joint agreement is one of United’s very top priorities.

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  • United and IBT continue negotiations

    The negotiating teams for United and the International Brotherhood of Teamsters (IBT) met Tuesday through Thursday this week with National Mediation Board Deputy Chief of Staff Michael Kelliher and Mediator Gerry McGuckin to continue mediated contract negotiations for a collective agreement for technicians.

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  • AFA MEC approves tentative agreement for United flight attendants

    The Association of Flight Attendants informed us today that their Master Executive Council has approved the terms of the joint collective bargaining agreement that United and the union announced on Friday, June 24. The tentative agreement will now be put forward for ratification by flight attendants.

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  • United and IBT to resume negotiations next week

    From June 28 through June 30 of next week, we will resume mediation with the International Brotherhood of Teamsters. We have made great progress so far this year on reaching industry leading agreements for our employees -- including today’s announcement that we’ve reached proposed terms for a joint contract for flight attendants -- and we are eager to reach an agreement like these for our top-notch technicians.

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  • United And AFA Reach Agreement For Flight Attendants

    United and the Association of Flight Attendants announced today that they have reached an agreement on terms of a joint contract that would bring the airline’s more than 25,000 flight attendants together into a single work group.

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