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Posts Tagged ‘Don Carty’

3.26.04 – (LAA) – Reduced Layover Rest

This is George Price, APFA National Communications Coordinator, with the APFA Hotline for Friday, March 26, 2004. The response to the APFA National Mailer that was sent out last week has been overwhelming. The mailer outlined APFA’s efforts to date on the reduced layover rest issue and our lobby plans on April 21st and May…

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12.13.02 – (LAA) – AA Request to Forgo 3% Raise, Overage Leave and Partnership Flying Proffer, WTS Notifications for Open Positions Being Accepted, APFA Agreed to Drop Reqs for Better Rest Accommodations

Hello. Today is Friday, December 13, 2002. This is George Price, APFA National Communications Coordinator, with the APFA Hotline. Last Friday night, AMR CEO Don Carty proposed that APFA “forgo” our scheduled January 1, 2003, 3% wage increase, and an increase in Purser pay due to go into effect in July 2003. The request is…

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11.15.02 – (LAA) – BOD Briefed by APFA Attorneys on Pending Litigation Status, Presdiential Grievance Filed Last Year on Behalf of Former JFK-based TWA-LLC FAs

Hello. Today is Friday, November 15, 2002. This is George Price, APFA National Communications Coordinator with the APFA HotLine. The APFA Board of Directors met for three days this week in Washington, D.C. The board was briefed by APFA attorneys on the status of pending litigation. APFA financial analyst made a presentation on the economic…

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11.08.02 – (LAA) – 1 Year Anniversary of Flight 587 Crash, BOD Meetings, TX Workforce Commission Conducting Rapid Response Meetings at AA Learning Center

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,…

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10.11.02 – (LAA) – AA Provides APFA with the Results of the Overage Leave and Partnership Flying Proffer, Family and Medical Leave Arbitration to be Held

This is George Price, APFA Communications Coordinator, with an APFA HotLine Update for Wednesday evening October 16, 2002. Late this afternoon, American provided APFA with the results of the Overage Leave and Partnership Flying proffer that closed on October 14th. The company granted all Overage Leave and Partnership Flying requests in STL and ISL. In…

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10.04.02 – (LAA) – System wide Overage Will Be Greater than Projected, Overage Leave and Partnership Flying Proffer for all Other Bases than STL and ISL

Hello. This is George Price, APFA Communications Coordinator, with the APFA HotLine for Friday, October 4, 2002. American has informed APFA that the system wide overage on November 1 will be greater than projected. For that reason, additional Overage Leaves and Partnership Flying will be offered at all bases. The Overage Leave and Partnership Flying…

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7.12.02 – (LAA) – TWA Flight 800, State of American Airlines, HR 4625

Hello. This is APFA Communications Coordinator George Price with a special hotline message. Today, July 17th , at 8:31p.m. Eastern Time, marks the sixth anniversary of the crash of TWA Flight 800. Twenty-eight working Flight Attendants, four Flight Attendants pass riding, and a number of other TWA employees died in this tragedy. Please take a…

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5.31.02 – (LAA) – EC Votes to Appoint Susan Lantaz Interim STL Base Chair, Commercial Aviation Safety Team (CAST), Railway Labor Act, Contract Books Shipped

Hello. This is George Price, APFA National Communications Coordinator, with an APFA HotLine Update for Thursday, June 6, 2002. Today, the APFA Executive Committee voted unanimously to appoint Susan Lantz as the interim APFA Base Chair for St. Louis International and Greg Bertolini as the interim APFA Base Chair for St. Louis Domestic. Susan and…

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12.17.01 – (LAA) – TA Reached Between APFA and Company Concerning Seniority Integration of the TWA LLC Flight Attendants into American Airlines, Defense Approprations Bill

This is George Price, APFA InfoRep Coordinator, with a special Hotline Update. Today is Monday, December 17, 2001. Earlier today, a Tentative Agreement was reached between the APFA and the Company concerning the seniority integration of the TWA LLC flight attendants into American Airlines, and related matters. APFA President John Ward has called a teleconference…

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12.14.01 – (LAA) – Bond Amendment

This is Leslie Mayo, National Communications Coordinator, with the APFA HotLine for Friday, December 14, 2001. Conferees from both the House and Senate Defense Appropriations Committees are meeting today and most probably throughout the weekend to reconcile differences between the two bills. For those of you who may not be familiar with the Bond amendment,…

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9.30.01 – (LAA) – Sen Kit Bond Seeking Federal Legislation with Would Require 3rd Party Arbitration to Decide TWA Seniority Integration

Today is Sunday, September 30, 2001. This is APFA President John Ward, with a special hotline update. APFA is aware that Missouri Senator Kit Bond is seeking federal legislation that would require third-party arbitration to decide the seniority issues relating to the TWA integration. The Senate Commerce Committee, which has oversight of the U.S. domestic…

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9.28.01 – (LAA) – Bush at O’Hare Airport Outlines Planes for Increasing Airline Security, APFA Phone Watch

This is John Ward, President of APFA. Today is Friday, September 28. President Bush was at O’Hare Airport in Chicago yesterday outlining his plans for increasing airline security and restoring the public’s confidence in the airline industry before a large audience that included many American flight attendants, APFA Representatives and family members. The President’s plan…

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3.30.01 – (LAA) – NMB Postpones Negotiations, APFA President and President of APFA and TWU Send Letter Opposing TWA Acquisition, Information Picketing April 12, PEB Expected to make Recommendations, Delta’s Pilots Released into Cooling Off Period, IAM Res

APFA HotLine For Tuesday, March 30. This is Leslie Mayo, National Communications Coordinator, with APFA HotLine news for the week ending March 30, 2001. APFA received word from The National Mediation Board that negotiations tentatively scheduled for the first week of April in Washington, D.C. have been postponed. In a fax to APFA President John…

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12.07.00 – (LAA) – Letter to NMB Requesting Release from Mediation, “Santa Leafleting”, AIRBUSS A300 Accident, Cabin Pressurization, Skyword Magazine, Hit and Run Picketing

This is Alexis Boilini, member of your APFA Negotiating Team and IOR Flight Attendant with a special HotLine for Thursday, December 7, 2000. Following a lengthy conference call with the APFA Board of Directors, President John Ward, late yesterday, sent a letter to the National Mediation Board requesting official release from mediation with American Airlines.…

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9.29.00 – (LAA) – Negotiations,United FA’s Demanding Raises, American Eagle Orders More Jets, Taipei, Paris, EEOC

This is Laura Glading, Northeast Division Representative and member of the APFA Negotiating Committee, and this is the Negotiations Hotline for Friday, September 29th. American Airlines presented APFA with a counter-proposal on Tuesday of this week, in response to our comprehensive proposal of September 14th. APFA responded with another proposal to the Company on Wednesday.…

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