United Airlines said it continues to focus on achieving a “competitive collective agreement.” Negotiations with Unite Here began in March and lasted until November, when Unite Here requested mediation with the National Mediation Board. • Audited by the Transportation Security Administration – U.S. Department of Homeland Security, with authorization to provide catering services for long-haul flights to the United States. “We will meet soon for the mediation meeting and we will follow the instructions of the board of directors in the next steps,” the airline said. Last year, caterers in Newark, Houston, Denver and Honolulu voted to authorize a strike. The workers joined 18,000 other U.S. contractors, Gate Gourmet and LSG Sky, subcontractors of airlines like American Airlines, Delta Air Lines and United, who also voted to authorize strikes against their employers. Employees of Gate Gourmet and LSG Sky Chefs are represented by Unite Here and other unions. United Airlines caterers are giving up food and juices in a 24-hour fast to speed up contract negotiations.

Wajdy Al-Ghabban, CEO of SACC, confirmed the company`s willingness to offer its services at the highest level. He said: “SACC was established in 1981 to offer Saudi catering services. It has flourished over the years and has become the partner of choice in in-flight catering, which serves more than 90 local and international airlines with a market share of more than 90%. Saudi Airlines Catering Company (SACC), a publicly traded company, has signed a renewed version of its on-board catering agreement with Saudi Arabian Airlines (Saudia). The agreement, which currently ends on 31 December, has been extended for a period of 10 years, which is the longest contract term between the two parties for on-board catering services. The renewed contract will run from January 1, 2020 to Dec. 31, 2029, and will govern the provision of on-board catering services by SACC for Saudia`s domestic and international flights as well as several other support services. The provisional value of the contract is estimated at SR12 billion ($3.2 billion). Nepal Airlines Corporation, a wholly state-owned company and Nepalese national airline, invites an interested qualified caterer to participate in the sealed offer of the on-board catering contract proposal and submit your proposal against the following conditions. Notice on the restoration agreement in the BKK First date of publication:- 13 AUG 2018 Note:- 1.

Nepal Airlines reserves the right to accept/reject all or part of the proposal, with or without justification. 2. If the last date of submission of the proposal is an official public holiday, the following working day shall be declared the due date. . . .