American Airlines passenger service agents are voting to form a union, a process that began two years ago and weathered a bankruptcy filing and several attempts by the airline to stop the organizing effort by the Communication Workers of America. About 9,600 passenger service agents who handle tickets and cargo, work in the VIP lounges, and take customer service calls — including 120 at Logan International Airport — start voting Tuesday to join the Communication Workers of America.
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