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Possible United Airlines strike-imminent?

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My husband and I are set to fly on United Airlines this upcoming Friday (returning the following Tuesday). I've stupidly been out of the loop the last few days and only saw just now that the United Airlines pilots' leaders have called for a strike vote. I realize that if it happens it happens, but should I be concerned at this point? The merger between them and Continental did not go as smoothly as they hoped so a strike just seems like they would be further alienating and really pissing off their remaining loyal customers. I'm not sure also how this stuff works, but can they vote imminently or does this stuff take some time to establish?

Thanks in advance for any insight and advice.

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