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PSA won needed modifications of a union pact.

March 12, 1987

Pacific Southwest Airlines obtained the modifications from its 45-member Southwest Crew Controllers Assn. employee group. The San Diego-based airline's $400 million acquisition by USAir Group is contingent upon PSA obtaining modifications of labor contracts that give organized employees added rights in the event of a takeover or merger. PSA has negotiated similar modifications with its pilots' and flight dispatchers' unions and will resume negotiations this morning with the Teamsters Union. In San Francisco, meanwhile, a federal judge ruled against a Teamster request that PSA be forced into binding arbitration in the contract dispute. The Teamsters plan to appeal.

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