The union respresenting flight attendants at Flair Airlines is delaying strike action at the ultra low-cost carrier. CUPE had been in a legal strike position at midnight Monday.
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Updated: Flight attendants at Flair Airlines have served 72-hour strike notice, and would be in a legal strike position Monday at midnight.
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