The Canadian Press

1996-11-28 | CAI Unions

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Canadian Airlines International found itself in a fight for its life. Four of the airlines' six unions said they would take a rescue plan to their members for a vote. The two unions representing flight attendants (CUPE) and reservation agents (CAW) said no. But Canadian Airlines President Kevin Benson said he was confident they would come on board in time to present a restructuring proposal to the airlines' creditors.

Date: 1996-11-28
Placeline: RICHMOND, British Columbia.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 16 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << because I don't believe that I employees the employees that belong to that those two groups will stand by and let the company go down when they feel so strongly in favor of the plan >>