Delta Air Lines, facing another unionization attempt, raises staff pay 5%

A DELTA AIRLINES Lines plane leaves the gate on at Logan International Airport in Boston. Delta is raising pay for flight attendants and other nonunion workers by 5%. And the airline is boosting starting pay for all its U.S. jobs to at least $19 an hour. Delta CEO Ed Bastian announced the pay raises in a memo Monday, April 22, 2024 to employees. / ASSOCIATED PRESS FILE PHOTO

Delta Air Lines, the most profitable U.S. carrier, is raising pay for nonunion employees as it gets ready for another attempt by a union to represent its flights attendants.  CEO Ed Bastian told Delta employees Monday that the airline will boost pay for flight attendants and ground workers by 5%, raise the minimum wage for

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