FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Statement by the Association of Professional Flight Attendants APFA National President Bassani Praises the Signing of Five-Year FAA Reauthorization Bill by President Trump Euless, TX (Oct. 5, 2018)—The FAA Reauthorization Bill was signed into law today by President Trump. The bipartisan bill had previously passed both the House…Read More
FAA Reauthorization Bill Today the Senate passed the FAA Reauthorization Bill of 2018. APFA was proud to support this important piece of legislation. The Bill now heads to the President’s desk. Thanks to the many APFA members who made phone calls, sent messages and came to Washington to help in our effort. Directs…Read More
Negotiations Training Members of the APFA Negotiating Committee are attending initial bargaining training this week in Dallas. Training is being conducted by Cornell University Instructors. (L to R: Timothy Legeros, Kelly Hagan, Brian Pinkowski, Sara Corrigan and Brian Morgan) 2019 Annual Enrollment Begins Next Month 2019 Annual Enrollment will take place October 15…Read More
Action Alert: The FAA Reauthorization Bill is on the Move! The FAA Reauthorization bill is on the move. The current bill is set to expire on September 30, 2018. We are urging APFA members to call their member of Congress, particularly their Senators, to urge the “passage of the FAA Reauthorization as written and passed…Read More
Now that both LAA and LUS Flight Attendant pay schedules are aligned, we have created the calendar below for our pay dates for the remainder of 2018. For LAA Flight Attendants, the July 30th paycheck will be the first advance under the new JCBA pay schedule. The advance will be calculated by taking…Read More
Tell Your Senators to Support Cabin Safety Issues in the Senate FAA Reauthorization Bill In April, the House of Representatives overwhelmingly passed an FAA Reauthorization Bill which included many provisions that are beneficial to Flight Attendants. APFA lobbied in support of many of these provisions during our April fly-in, including evaluating cabin evacuation standards, establishing…Read More
APFA Cabin Safety Lobby Day – FAA Reauthorization Bill Passes the House APFA Supports Legislation Regulating Emotional Support Animals Welcome New Hire Class 18-10! Uniform Reaction Report Update Cabin Safety Lobby Day – FAA Reauthorization Bill Passes the House Forty APFA members from around the country flew to Washington D.C. this week to…Read More
Contact your Representative TODAY to Support the House FAA Reauthorization Bill What it is and why it is important: Each federal agency must periodically be reauthorized to operate by Congress. It is during this process that the agency is given a blueprint of what Congress wants and expects the agency to address…Read More
This is APFA Treasurer Cathy Lukensmeyer with the APFA Hotline for Thursday, April 8, 2004. As your newly elected Treasurer I would like to give you a brief overview of the different activities and business each department has been involved with this past week. Vice-President Brett Durkin and the Division Representatives are finalizing the grievances…Read More
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…Read More
Hello. This is George Price, APFA Communications Coordinator, with the APFA Hotline for Wednesday, November 26, 2003. The holiday season is upon us once again. Projections are that loads will be very heavy during the next few days. Although this is good news from a financial standpoint, it also means our jobs as Flight Attendants…Read More
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