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BUSINESS EXPRESS FLIGHT ATTENDANT LEADERS ELECTED

 BOSTON, Aug. 30 /PRNewswire/ -- Business Express flight attendants, represented by the Association of Flight Attendants (AFA), AFL-CIO, turned out in large numbers to elect officers to the new AFA Council 64. Participation by 71.6 percent of eligible voters highlights the interest shown in AFA since it was chosen by Business Express flight attendants to represent them earlier this year. The flight attendants were not previously represented by any union.
 Patricia Davis, a Business Express flight attendant for three-and-a- half years, was elected local executive council president, representing over 200 BEX flight attendants. "I look forward to fostering a good working relationship with the company, and helping the flight attendants realize their goals in terms of fair, written work rules and pay improvements," said Davis.
 Along with Davis, Business Express flight attendants Michelle Mullis and Karli Gilbertson were elected LEC vice president and LEC secretary, respectively.
 The Association of Flight Attendants, AFL-CIO, represents more than 33,000 flight attendants on 21 airlines and is the largest flight attendant union in the world.
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 /CONTACT: Jill Gallagher of the Association of Flight Attendants, 202-328-5400/


CO: Association of Flight Attendants; Business Express ST: Massachusetts IN: AIR SU: PER

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