Negotiations Hotline November 11, 2000 Hello, this is Peter Day, member of the APFA Negotiating Committee, with a negotiations update for Friday, November 10th. No formal negotiations took place this week, however, APFA and Company negotiators did meet to view a mock-up of the new proposed crew rest area on the Boeing 767 aircraft.…Read More
Hello, this is Peter Day, member of the APFA Negotiating Team with the Negotiations Hotline for Friday, October 27th. Mediated talks continued this week between the two parties and the discussions involved Article 7, Hours of Service, Crew Rest and Reserve. Overall, the talks were productive and positive in nature. The Company finally seems committed…Read More
This is APFA President John Ward with a Negotiations Update for Friday, August 18th. Yesterday, the Company informed me that they were requesting the assistance of a Federal Mediator in contract talks with APFA. They formally filed their request for mediation today with the National Mediation Board. As you will recall from last week’s hotline…Read More
Contract negotiations with American Airlines took a disappointing turn this week. After reaching agreement on nearly two thirds of our contract, we entered the month of August optimistic that we could now turn to the major issues and make real progress. Unfortunately, the Company informed APFA that is not willing to make the major improvements…Read More
This is Leslie Mayo, National Communications Coordinator, with APFA HotLine News for the week ending August 4th, 2000. The new enhanced APFA web site is up and running. We hope that you will take the time to visit the site and become familiar with all it has to offer. In order to log on, you…Read More
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