AMR Rep Says $230M In Flight Attendant Cuts Non-Negotiable

Law360, New York (April 27, 2012, 6:47 PM EDT) -- The key figure Friday was $230 million in the final day of AMR Corp.'s bid to reject union contracts, as American Airlines Inc.'s lead negotiator with flight attendants said that while he was and is willing to talk out how to get to that number, the number itself can't be compromised.

Taylor Vaughn, the employee relations managing director tasked with negotiating with the Association of Professional Flight Attendants in American and parent AMR's attempts to cut down total union costs by an average of $1.25 billion...
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