We received a letter from Sito Pantoja, General Vice President of the IAM. APFA welcomes the support of our brothers and sisters at IAM as we enter negotiations, and we stand in strong support of their efforts at the bargaining table as well! Below is the letter sent to APFA’s National President, Lori Bassani.Read More
“It’s Your Right to Picket” Some of our members are concerned about showing up to picket on November 18. Federal law protects Flight Attendants’ “right to organize and bargain collectively,” and prohibits employers from “interfer[ing] in any way with the organization of its employees…” 45 U.S.C. § 152 Fourth. Additionally, please know that APFA…Read More
– Robin Charbonneau, APFA Communications Chair, firstname.lastname@example.org JCBA Contract Training November 5th and 6th the Contract and Scheduling Depts hosted a JCBA Contract Class to familiarize APFA Representatives and Flight Attendants with contract language and scheduling systems. The successful two-day training included a comprehensive, cover-to-cover JCBA study. – Erik Harris, APFA…Read More
Good evening, this is Tommie Hutto-Blake, APFA President with the APFA HotLine for Friday, September 3, 2004. First off – our thoughts today are with those of you on the Florida Coast as you do everything possible to stay out of harm’s way while Mother Nature gives our industry and your communities some serious challenges.…Read More
Negotiations Hotline – April 6, 2001 Hello, this is Thelma Dodson, DCA Flight Attendant and member of the APFA Negotiating Team, and this is the Negotiations hotline for Friday, April 6, 2001. The National Mediation Board cancelled talks previously scheduled for this week, citing other emergencies that the Board is facing and the significant potential…Read More
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…Read More
This is Jeff Bott, APFA Vice President, with a Special APFA Hotline Update for Tuesday, November 28, 2000. In light of the recent AIRBUS A300 accident in Miami, the APFA has heard Flight Attendants’ concerns about the safety of the A300 cabin doors. The aircraft experienced a pressurization abnormality that is being investigated by the…Read More
This is APFA President John Ward with a special hotline message for Saturday, November 18th. From Los Angeles to New York and from Boston to Miami, APFA was out in force today taking our message to the public. We’ve been in contract negotiations for two years, and two years is too long! “It’s about time”……Read More
This is APFA President John Ward , with a negotiations update for Friday, November 3rd. This week, the APFA and American Airlines Negotiating Teams traveled to Washington, D.C. to meet with Federal Mediator Linda Puchala and members and staff of the National Mediation Board. The two teams met separately with the NMB on Tuesday. During…Read More
Hello, This is Peter Day, member of the APFA Negotiating Committee, with a negotiation update for Friday, October 13th. Negotiating sessions between the APFA and the Company did not occur this week due to previous commitments on the part of the Federal Mediator. Formal mediated negotiations will begin again the week of October 23rd in…Read More
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