Teamster Technicians and Related, NetJets Reach an Agreement in Principle

“I am pleased with the ability of the union negotiators and NetJets to work cooperatively to reach a mutually satisfactory ‘agreement in principle,’” said Captain David Bourne, Director of the Teamsters Airline Division.

Over the next few weeks, the Teamsters and NetJets will work to finalize the contract language that will result in a tentative agreement, which will then be put before the membership for a ratification vote.

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Kara Deniz, (202) 624-6911
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SOURCE Teamsters Local 284

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