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Alaska Air Flight Attendants Authorize a Strike Mandate for the First Time in Three Decades

Alaska Air flight attendants authorized a strike mandate for the first time in three decades, as thousands of cabin crew across three unions picketed for higher pay outside airports in the United States, the UK and Guam on Tuesday.

Picketing members included cabin crew from 24 airlines including Alaska, Southwest Airlines, United Airlines and American Airlines.

Shares of Alaska Air fell 2.1% in afternoon trade. Southwest was down 0.9%, United Airlines tumbled 3.9% and American Airlines shed 2.2%.

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