US Airways flight attendants took a second look and decided they didn't like the proposed contract from the Tempe-based carrier.
The flight attendants voted to reject a tentative agreement with US Airways in a 51 percent to 49 percent vote. The five-year deal was endorsed by the Association of Flight Attendants leaders, who represent the US Airways workers.
"We are disappointed that our flight attendants chose to vote against ratification of a new contract," said US Airways chief executive Doug Parker. "Going forward, our current collective bargaining agreements remain in place, and we will consult with the National Mediation Board to determine the next steps."