The Final Act: Cabin Crew vote to accept latest offer

The Unite website announced yesterday that cabin crew have voted 92% in favour of accepting a deal which will end this long running dispute.

Just under 1000 cabin crew were balloted with 7,088 taking part, making it a turn out of 72%.  6,509 voted in favour whilst 579 voted against.

Announcing the result Unite General Secretary Len McClsukey said: “I want to pay personal tribute to the cabin crew for the principled stand they took. In these difficult times it takes courage to stand up for what you believe in, and thousands of crew did so, at great personal expense and emotional cost.”

Air Strike will publish further articles analysing the dispute in the near future.

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