JetBlue to Pay US$3.6m in Flight Attendant Case

DALLAS – JetBlue Airways (B6) will pay US$3.6m to more than 500 of its Flight Attendants (FA) to resolve a 2015 wage lawsuit. 

When forced to forgo breaks, B6 FAs alleged that the airline did not compensate them, in violation of California law. 

Attorneys for B6 FAs recounted that their clients had sued the carrier in 2015 for the mentioned violations of the California Labor Code: failure to pay minimum wage, nonpayments of extra hours, failure to pay to wait time penalties, and inability to provide detailed wage statements.

The plaintiffs wanted to request preliminary authorization of a settlement (US$3.6m), which B6, is read more ⇒

Source:: “Airways Magazine”

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