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TRUMP SHUTTLE REACHES FIRST AGREEMENT WITH FLIGHT ATTENDANTS

 TRUMP SHUTTLE REACHES FIRST AGREEMENT WITH FLIGHT ATTENDANTS
 NEW YORK, March 9 /PRNewswire/ -- The Trump Shuttle announced today that it has reached its first collective bargaining agreement with the airline's flight attendants.
 Company officials and representatives of the Transport Workers Union of America (TWU) have reached their first agreement. The proposed contract, which provides for improvements in wages, benefits and work rules, takes effect April 1, 1992 pending ratification by the flight attendants. The length of the new agreement will be for 60 months. Details of the agreement will not be disclosed prior to ratification.
 "We are pleased to report that company and union negotiators have put together an agreement which recognizes the unique nature of hourly shuttle operations, and promises to be very beneficial to both the flight attendants and the Trump Shuttle," said Terry V. Hallcom, president and chief operating officer of the Trump Shuttle.
 "This agreement was made possible because of the dedication and professionalism that all Trump Shuttle personnel have shown since the airline began service. We feel that the terms in this agreement recognize the importance of the Trump Shuttle flight attendants," Hallcom said, "and as the ambassadors to our customers, how important they are to the future success of the airline."
 The Trump Shuttle provides every business day hour-on-the-hour air service between New York/LaGuardia and both Boston and Washington. The Trump Shuttle, d/b/a Trump Airlines, has recently made pleasure travel its business by inaugurating weekend service to Miami, Fla. and new international service to Barbados. Trump Airlines also offers daily service between both Detroit, Mich. and Boston, Mass. to Atlantic City, N.J.
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 /CONTACT: Stuart A. Benzal of Trump Shuttle, 718-397-6159/ CO: Trump Shuttle, Inc.; Transport Workers Union of America ST: New York IN: AIR SU:


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