Jazz in labour talks with schedulers, customer service employees

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Jazz Aviation is negotiating new labour contracts with airport customer service workers and crew schedulers, the Canadian regional carrier said today.

Both employee groups are represented by the Canadian Auto Workers union. The airline has its sights immediately set on working with its airport customer service personnel, as their labour agreement expires in January 2013.

The airline employs 39 crew scheduling employees and 1,022 airport customer service workers.

The Halifax-based regional airline ratified a six-year agreement with its 67 flight dispatchers in September, which are represented by the Canadian Air Line Dispatchers Association. The airline also has agreements with its pilots, flight attendants and maintenance workers lasting through 2015.