American Airlines Flight Attendant Union Appalled by TSA Announcement to Allow Potential Weapons on Aircraft Euless, TX (Dec. 1)-The Association of Professional Flight Attendants (APFA), the union representing more than 22,000 American Airlines flight attendants, has voiced their opposition to the Transportation Security Administration’s planned announcement to lift a ban on various sharp items and…Read More
AMERICAN AIRLINES, THE ALLIED PILOTS ASSOCIATION, THE ASSOCIATION OF PROFESSIONAL FLIGHT ATTENDANTS AND THE TRANSPORT WORKERS UNION ISSUE JOINT STATEMENT REGARDING PASSAGE OF SENATE BILL ON PENSION REFORM FORT WORTH, Texas – Today, American Airlines – on behalf of its independent employees – and the presidents of the three labor unions representing AA pilots, flight…Read More
A MESSAGE FROM UNION LEADERS OF AMERICAN AIRLINES Protecting Jobs in the Workplace APFA – APA – TWU LOCALS 513 – 541 – 542 – 565 – 567 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Lori Bassani (APFA) 817.540.0108 x8107 Gregg Overman (APA) 817.302.2250 Denny Breslin (APA) 817.302.2350 Mark Nelson (TWU) 817.481.5533 x214 LABOR LEADERS…Read More
A MESSAGE FROM UNION LEADERS OF AMERICAN AIRLINESProtecting Jobs in the Workplace APFA – APA – TWU LOCALS 513 – 541 – 542 – 565 – 567 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Lori Bassani (APFA) 817.540.0108Denny Breslin (APA) 817.302.2350Keith Stewart (TWU) 817.835.0135 Southwest Airline’s Petition Stunt Irks American Airlines UnionsAmerican Labor Unions APA, APFA and TWU Locals…Read More
LABOR GROUPS AT AMERICAN AIRLINES TO CONGRESS ON PENSION REFORM:‘PLEASE RECOGNIZE OUR EFFORTS’ Fort Worth, Texas (September 29, 2005)-As the U.S. Senate moves forward with comprehensive pension reform, the three unions at American Airlines (NYSE: AMR) urged Congress to ensure companies that continue to fulfill their pension funding obligations are not disadvantaged by the final…Read More
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Lonny Glover 817-540-0108 ext. 8302 AMERICAN AIRLINES FLIGHT ATTENDANTS SPEAK OUT AGAINST TSA CHANGES ALLOWING WEAPONS ON BOARD TSA Proposes Lifting Ban on Razor Blades, 5” Knives, Ice Picks and Bows and Arrows Euless, TX (August 18) – The Association of Professional Flight Attendants, the union representing more than…Read More
Contacts: Lisa BaileyAmerican AirlinesCorporate Communications817-967-1577 Gregg OvermanAPA Director of Communications817-312-3901 Capt. Denny BreslinAPA Communications Chairman619-980-8941 Lori BassaniAPFA Media Relations817-540-0108 ext. 8107 Tim McAninleyTWU-ATD Communications Coordinator817-282-2544 FOR RELEASE: Tuesday, June 7, 2005 Editors note: Joint letter is attached. AMERICAN AIRLINES, THE ALLIED PILOTS ASSOCIATION, THE ASSOCIATION OF PROFESSIONAL FLIGHT ATTENDANTS AND THE TRANSPORT WORKER’S UNION…Read More
May 11, 2005MEDIA ADVISORY-PHOTO OP AMERICAN FLIGHT ATTENDANTS RALLY ON THE HILLCongressman Michael M. Honda (CA-15) to Address Union Members Washington, D,C., (May 11, 2005)-By popular demand, the flight attendants of American Airlines who will fly in to the nation’s capitol to lobby their legislators for relief on issues impacting their work group, will culminate…Read More
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