Hawaiian Airlines and its flight attendants have reached a tentative agreement on new contract terms covering the operation of Airbus A321neos. The carrier’s 1,400 flight attendants are represented by the Association of Flight Attendants (AFA). On Jan. 7, the airline agreed to acquire 16 new A321neos, plus nine options. The new acquisitions were contingent upon new agreements with its pilots and flight attendant unions. Hawaiian’s 600 pilots, represented by the Air Line ...

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