* Move required under union accord
* Call centers in three states get new jobs
Nov 1 (Reuters) - US Airways Group Inc said on Tuesday it hired 400 workers at call centers in North Carolina, Arizona and Nevada as part of a union agreement to bring back work previously done outside of the United States.
The airline said the new jobs meet a requirement under its agreement with the Airline Customer Service Employee Association - CWA and IBT to handle general reservations sales calls originating in the United States in U.S. call centers.
Call centers in Winston-Salem, North Carolina; Phoenix; and Reno, Nevada, are getting new workers. US Airways also has a call center in Liverpool, England, which handles calls from consumers in international locations.
Shares of U.S. Airways were down 3.6 percent to $5.56 on Tuesday amid a broader market sell-off.