Welcome to unitednegotiations.com, our website to provide updated information regarding negotiations between United and our employee groups. We have achieved joint collective bargaining agreements covering more than 40,000 of our represented employees, as well as single agreements covering our technicians and flight attendants from each subsidiary.


Latest updates

  • United and ALPA reach Agreement in Principle to extend pilot contract

    United today announced that it has reached an Agreement in Principle with the Air Line Pilots Association (ALPA) for a contract extension covering the airline’s more than 12,000 pilots, more than a year ahead of the amendable date of the current contract.

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  • United and IAM Agree to Open Contract Negotiations Early, Further Expand Job Protection for Employees

    United Airlines and the International Association of Machinists & Aerospace Workers (IAM) today agreed to commence contract negotiations more than one year ahead of the scheduled amendable date of their agreements. As part of this agreement, United has extended through January 15, 2019, its commitment not to contract out work currently performed by the IAM-represented group at all hub and station airport locations.

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  • Highlights and FAQ for the proposed agreement for technicians

    United recently announced that it has reached an agreement with the International Brotherhood of Teamsters (IBT) to put a proposed joint collective bargaining agreement out for ratification. To help you understand more about this agreement, we’ve compiled highlights as well as a list of frequently asked questions, along with our answers.

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  • United and International Brotherhood of Teamsters Reach Agreement

    United today announced that it has reached an agreement with the International Brotherhood of Teamsters (IBT) to put a proposed joint collective bargaining agreement out for ratification. The proposed agreement will bring together the airline’s more than 8,600 technicians and related employees under a single contract. United and the union worked with the assistance of the National Mediation Board to reach the agreement.

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  • All Flight Attendants to Participate in 2015 Profit Sharing

    We are pleased to announce that United and the Association of Flight Attendants have reached agreement to provide for the participation of S-CO and CMI flight attendants in the 2015 Profit Sharing Program. S-UA flight attendants already participate in the 2015 Profit Sharing Program under their current contract, so this agreement ensures that all flight attendants are treated equally for purposes of sharing the profits they’ve helped create.

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  • IBT Negotiations Update

    The company met with the IBT for the last two weeks and made a comprehensive proposal on Saturday, providing industry-leading pay and benefits and offering meaningful improvements in the retirement area, a substantial early-out, and a base pay increase in excess of Delta’s recent 14.5%.

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  • NMB sets schedule for flight attendant contract mediation

    The National Mediation Board sets schedule for flight attendant contract mediation.

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  • United Letter to AFA

    United today sent a letter to the AFA. Read more.

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  • Status update on flight attendant contract negotiations

    Earlier this week, United met with AFA to discuss the path forward to reach a joint agreement for flight attendants. Recognizing that it’s important to both flight attendants and the company to reach a joint deal promptly, we shared with the union a proposed process for immediately resuming negotiations with a goal of achieving an agreement by the end of this year.

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  • Sam’s Update to United Flight Attendants — August 19, 2015

    Yesterday, we offered AFA a proposal to try to accelerate negotiations and give you an opportunity to vote on an industry-leading joint contract before the end of the year.

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