Friday, December 10, 2021
APFA Negotiations Survey Extended
Survey closes: December 17, 2021, at 1700 CT
To date, approximately 8,900 Flight Attendants have participated in the Negotiations Survey.
Over the past week, Flight Attendants have experienced difficulty resetting their passwords on the APFA website to participate in the survey. Additionally, the online dues payment system has been experiencing an outage, affecting the ability to become dues current.
It is vitally important that the Negotiating Committee receives as much feedback as possible to ensure everyone’s voice is heard, and for that reason, the survey will extend by one week. The Negotiating Committee will not have access to the survey data until our webmaster downloads the file on December 17th, at 1700CT.
Please share the survey link with your flying partners and be sure to provide additional comments in the survey if needed.
We have been informed that there are some issues with individuals unable to complete the survey using an iPad. If you are experiencing problems, please take the survey on a different device, such as your cell phone.
Thank you for your feedback!
Q: I can’t seem to log in to the APFA website, how do I get help?
A: To register or reset your password, click Account | Login on the home page. Then click Forgot your password?
You will be prompted to input your email address or employee number.
If you are unable to reset your password or need help registering you may contact:
APFA membership department at (817) 540-0108 ext. 8153 or Member@apfa.org
Q: What if I’m not dues current?
A: In accordance with APFA Policy Manual 12.C.4.b, you must be a member in good standing to take this survey. If you are not dues current, first log in to the APFA website by using the instructions above. After logging in, select My Account in the upper right hand corner.
From there, click on Balance and you may pay online.
You may also pay over the phone by contacting the dues department at (817) 540-0108 ext. 8151.
Your APFA Negotiating Committee
Kelly J. Hagan
Joe Burns, Lead Negotiating Attorney