United Airlines and 13 flight attendants that the company relieved of their duties in October 2014 have reached a resolution to their disagreement, the groups said.
The flight attendants filed a complaint with the US Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) under AIR 21. As part of the settlement, United will reinstate the flight attendants to their duties and the flight attendants will withdraw their OSHA filing. The remaining terms of the resolution reached between the parties are confidential.
David J. Marshall, a partner with the law firm of Katz, Marshall & Banks, who represented the flight attendants before OSHA, stated that his clients were happy to be reinstated to their jobs with United.