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Delta raises ground worker, flight attendant base pay 5%, affecting more than 5,000 in Minnesota

For the third consecutive year, Delta Air Lines has increased wages for its nonunion ground workers and flight attendants, including more than 5,000 of its Minnesota employees.

In a memo to employees obtained by the Star Tribune, Delta CEO Ed Bastian said the company is raising wages 5% for those eligible workers, and is increasing the minimum starting rate for all U.S. positions to $19 per hour, a $5,000 annual salary increase from a year ago.

The salary increase takes effect June 1. Delta employs more than 80,000 globally.


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