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Allegiant Secures New Tentative Agreement For Flight Attendants

The ultra-low-cost carrier reaches a new tentative agreement for its flight attendants.

An Allegiant A319 in Pittsburgh. (Photo: AirlineGeeks | William Derrickson)

Allegiant recently reached a new tentative agreement (TA) with the Transport Workers Union (TWU) chapter 577 which represents the flight attendants who work for the Las Vegas-based ultra-low-cost carrier. This new agreement is for the successor of the respective parties’ first collective bargaining agreement (CBA) that was amendable on Dec. 31, 2022.

“We are encouraged the negotiating teams for both Allegiant and the TWU have come to a tentative agreement,” Allegiant President Gregory C. Anderson said in a press release. “Our cabin crew take care of our customers as our ambassadors in the sky. This contract is structured to meaningfully improve their experience and better recognize their vital role as part of Team Allegiant. We look forward to the next step in the process.”

The TWU local 577 represents over 1,800 flight attendants at the carrier across more than 24 bases in the route network. The new TA includes 25% pay increases and other quality of life improvements. Now, the union’s full membership will need to decide and vote in order for it to be ratified.

Benjamin Pham


  • Benjamin Pham

    Benjamin has had a love for aviation since a young age, growing up in Tampa with a strong interest in airplane models and playing with them. When he moved to the Washington, D.C. area, Benjamin took part in aviation photography for a couple of years at Gravelly Point and Dulles Airport, before dedicating planespotting to only when he traveled to the other airports. He is an avid, world traveler, having been able to reach 32 countries, yearning to explore and understand more cultures soon. Currently, Benjamin is an Air Transporation Management student at Arizona State University. He hopes to enter the airline industry to improve the passenger experience and loyalty programs while keeping up to how technology is being integrated into airports.

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