Hawaiian flight attendants reach tentative agreement for A321neos operations

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Hawaiian Airlines flight attendants have reached a tentative agreement with the carrier on contract terms that would extend to the carrier's Airbus A321neo operations.

The more than 1,400 flight attendants, represented by the Association of Flight Attendants-CWA (AFA), will vote on the agreement from 8 February through 27 February.

"Through our collaborative efforts with management, we have reached an agreement that will advance our careers while recognising our professionalism," says Sharon Soper, AFA Hawaiian Airlines President.

Hawaiian has an order for 16 A321neos, to be delivered from 2017. The airline's pilots ratified a tentative agreement on contract terms last month.