ExpressJet and TWU reach tentative agreement on dispatchers

ExpressJet Airlines, a United Express carrier, has announced that it has reached a tentative four-year agreement with the Transport Workers Union (TWU) covering the carrier´s dispatchers, the company said.

Representatives from TWU and ExpressJet negotiated a four-year agreement that raises wages and acknowledges the continued contributions of ExpressJet´s Flight Dispatchers who work in the carrier´s Operation Support Center (OSC) in Atlanta, GA.

ExpressJet Airlines operates as United Express, on behalf of United Airlines (NASDAQ: UAL), to serve more than 100 airports across the United States, Canada and Mexico, with over 3,300 weekly flights from bases in Chicago, Cleveland, Houston and Newark. ExpressJet is a subsidiary of ManaAir, LLC. ManaAir is majority-owned by KAir Enterprises and minority-owned by United Airlines.