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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.


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  • United and AFA Make Progress In Negotiations

    United and AFA continued NMB-supervised contract negotiations from April 21 through April 29 in Chicago.

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  • IAM-represented employees vote to ratify all tentative agreements

    United and the International Association of Machinists & Aerospace Workers announced today that the company’s nearly 30,000 IAM-represented employees have voted overwhelmingly to ratify seven new contracts.

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  • United Reaches Tentative Agreements on New Contracts for IAM-represented Employees

    United and the International Association of Machinists & Aerospace Workers (IAM) reached tentative agreements today on new contracts for all of the airline’s nearly 30,000 IAM-represented employees.

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  • Dispatchers Vote to Ratify Contract Extension

    United’s more than 420 dispatchers, represented by the Professional Airline Flight Control Association, have voted overwhelmingly to ratify a tentative agreement that will extend their current contract through the end of 2021.

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  • United, IBT meet with NMB in Washington, D.C.

    United and the International Brotherhood of Teamsters met with the National Mediation Board on Thursday to discuss next steps toward reaching a joint contract for the airline’s technicians. Both parties expressed a desire to continue in mediated negotiations and discussed steps deemed necessary by the Board and the IBT to move forward.

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  • United, IAM make progress in negotiations

    United Airlines and the International Association of Machinists & Aerospace Workers (IAM) continued expedited negotiations in Houston during the week of February 15. The parties continue to make good progress through meaningful dialogue and have reached consensus on solutions to many issues previously identified.

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  • United, PAFCA reach tentative agreement for dispatchers

    United and the Professional Airline Flight Control Association (PAFCA) reached a tentative agreement today on a contract extension for the company’s more than 420 dispatchers.

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  • Technicians vote not to ratify agreement, UA and IBT to return to the bargaining table

    The International Brotherhood of Teamsters informed United today that the airline’s technicians voted against ratifying a new joint collective bargaining agreement. "Negotiations can be difficult, and although we are disappointed by this outcome we are eager to get right back to the table,” said Oscar Munoz, the airline’s president and CEO.

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  • United pilots vote to ratify contract extension

    United announced today that the company’s pilots have voted overwhelmingly to ratify a two-year contract extension. The agreement provides significant improvements for our pilots and an extended period of stability for the company and the pilots.

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  • UA and IAM continue productive discussions

    United Airlines and the International Association of Machinists & Aerospace Workers (IAM) resumed limited issue, expedited negotiations in New York City the week of January 18th for an extension to the current UA/IAM Agreements. Discussions continued to be productive, and are scheduled to resume February 1, 2016.

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