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September 01, 1985

Pan Am's 6,000 flight attendants narrowly ratified a three-year contract that provides for four wage increases of 5% but also calls for cuts in overtime and vacation pay and establishes a lower pay scale for new employees. The agreement, reached April 1, was approved on a vote of 2,949 to 2,743, said Russ Gladden, a spokesman for the attendants' union. All of the provisions but wages and a new pension plan have been in effect since June 1, said Pamela Hanlon of the airline.

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