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ALASKA AIRLINES AND UNION FAIL TO REACH ACCORD

 SEATTLE, June 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Negotiators for Alaska Airlines and the Association of Flight Attendants (AFA) have failed to reach an agreement on a new contract for the airline's flight attendants.
 A spokesman for the company expressed disappointment that, despite intensive negotiations throughout the night and into the morning, major differences on the issues prevented an agreement.
 Alaska Airlines intends to continue to operate its complete schedule of flights, regardless of any action taken by the union, the spokesman said.
 Seattle-based Alaska Airlines employs 1,560 flight attendants. The airline serves 43 cities in Alaska, Mexico, Russia ad five Western states.
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 /CONTACT: Lou Cancelmi of Alaska Airlines, 206-433-3170/


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