Amendment to the Agreement for Displaced SLT Flight Attendants After the announcement of the agreement reached this week for displaced SLT Flight Attendants, APFA received an overwhelming amount of requests from Flight Attendants whose names had been purged from the transfer list desiring to be afforded the same opportunity to return to their former…Read More
48 Hours PBS Processing Arbitration Award The arbitrator’s decision in the 48-Hour Presidential Grievance is in and it is disappointing. In short, the arbitrator accepted the Company’s argument that the 48-hour freeze times stated in the contract were “placeholders” and not affirmatively agreed upon contractual provisions. This means the Company will proceed to implement…Read More
APFA is aware of the concerns many Flight Attendants have about pilot staffing over the next several days and has been communicating with the Company about pay protection for Flight Attendants. Although the Company maintains that current open time is in line with what they would expect over the holiday period, and they have full…Read More
This is Michelle Nasca, JFK Base Chair, with a special Hotline message for Friday November 12, 2004. Today marks the third anniversary of the crash of American Airlines Flight 587 in Belle Harbor, NY. While three years seem like an eternity considering the length of time we’ve had to live without our friends and loved…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
Hello. Today is Tuesday, December 3, 2002. This is George Price, APFA National Communications Coordinator, with an APFA HotLine Update. The company notified APFA yesterday that it expects to have an overage of 1,100 Flight Attendants in February 2003. In accordance with Article 16 of the contract, American will offer Overage Leaves and Partnership Flying…Read More
Hello. Today is Friday, November 22, 2002. This is George Price, APFA National Communications Coordinator with the APFA HotLine. The company has notified the APFA that bids had to be re-run due to a glitch in the system, which affected vacation relief bidding. The problem has now been fixed and Phase I of the bid…Read More
This is John Ward, President of APFA, with a hotline message for Friday, May 17, 2002. APFA has reason to celebrate this week, and that’s certainly a good thing for once! Yesterday, May 16, marked APFA’s 25th anniversary as the union representing the American Airlines flight attendants. During the last 25 years, APFA has gone…Read More
This is Leslie Mayo, National Communications Coordinator, with an updated HotLine for Thursday, April 11, 2002. Funeral arrangements have been made for Steve Sternig who died yesterday at his home in New York after a brave fight with pancreatic cancer. The Service will be held on Sunday, April 14th at the Weatherhead Young Funeral Home…Read More
This is Leslie Mayo, National Communications Coordinator, with the APFA HotLine for Friday, January 18, 2002. The Vice President’s Department is pleased to announce that a settlement agreement has been reached with American Airlines relating to the Presidential Grievances filed late last year on Article 16 – Reduction in Force; and Appendix F – Partnership…Read More
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