This is APFA President John Ward with a special APFA HotLine for Tuesday, November 12, 2002. Today marks the one-year anniversary of the crash of American Airlines Flight 587 which killed 265 people including, seven JFK Flight Attendants and two New York based cockpit crewmembers. The APFA National Officers, along with many other APFA Representatives,…Read More
This is Leslie Mayo, National Communications Coordinator, with the APFA HotLine for Tuesday, November 27, 2001. On Friday, we informed you that the company has agreed to extend the deadline for electing Supplemental Medical Coverage through today, November 27. For those of you who wish to sign up for Supplemental Medical Coverage but did not…Read More
This is Leslie Mayo, National Communications Coordinator, with the APFA HotLine for Tuesday, November 20, 2001. I will read up-to-date memorial service information for the flight attendants from flight 587 at the end of this HotLine. All of American’s A-300s have been inspected and no signs of fatigue or delamination were found. According to the…Read More
This is Leslie Mayo, National Communications Coordinator, with the APFA HotLine. Today is Wednesday, November 14, 2001. We would like to bring you up-to-date on the ongoing investigation of flight 587. The FAA is bringing in a specialist to inspect the A-300 tail as well as some of our Airbus fleet. This is consistent with…Read More
This is Jeff Bott, APFA Vice President and JFK Flight Attendant with the APFA HotLine. Today is November 13, 2001. APFA Representatives toured the accident site in New York, today. One of our APFA Go-Team members participated in the witness group, which is the group that interviews eyewitnesses to gather data, in cooperation with the…Read More
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