Air Canada Labour Agreement Gets Green Light

The union representing 7,500 maintenance, technical and operational support workers at Air Canada has ratified a new 10-year labour contract with the airline.

The union representing 7,500 maintenance, technical and operational support workers at Air Canada has ratified a new 10-year labour contract with the airline.

The International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers (IAMAW) confirmed on Friday (January 22) that the deal had been approved by its members while also getting the green light from Air Canada’s board of directors.

The new agreement is the sixth reached by Air Canada and its unions.

Calin Rovinescu, president and chief executive of Air Canada, said: “This new 10-year contract with the IAMAW provides Air Canada with added stability and flexibility to support long-term profitable growth while recognising the important contribution of IAMAW members.”

 

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