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TULSA, Okla. (AP) — An estimated 2,100 jobs could be lost at the American Airlines maintenance hub in Tulsa after mechanics rejected the company’s final labor contract offer, the embattled airline confirmed Tuesday.

The Transport Workers Union said Tuesday that five of its work groups approved the company’s offer, while two others rejected it. The mechanics group, the largest TWU group at the Tulsa facility, rejected the offer, with 56 percent voting against it. The stores clerks group also voted it down, with 51 percent opposed. Voting lasted from Thursday through Monday.

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