Wednesday, November 18, 2020 Twenty-Seven Years Later: Looking Back at the AA Flight Attendant Strike of 1993 Twenty-seven years ago, APFA Flight Attendants led one of the most successful airline industry strikes. Nearly 21,000 Flight Attendants walked off the job in solidarity for a fair Contract, just days before the busy Thanksgiving travel holiday. Early…Read More
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE PRESS ADVISORY AMERICAN AIRLINES FLIGHT ATTENDANTS COMMEMORATE 25TH STRIKE ANNIVERSARY WITH A NATIONWIDE INFORMATIONAL PICKETING EVENT It’s time to: wAAke up American! Dallas, TX (Nov. 13)— American Airlines Flight Attendants, represented by the Association of Professional Flight Attendants (APFA) are sounding the alarms this Sunday, November 18 by informational picketing…Read More
Remember November! – LAA/LUS It’s hard to believe that tomorrow will mark 24 years since APFA’s “cheery rebels” led a successful job action that shut down the nation’s largest airline for 4 days just prior to the busy holiday travel season. It may seem like ancient history in an industry that hasn’t seen a major…Read More
Negotiations HotLine – February 22, 2001 This is APFA President John Ward with the negotiations portion of the HotLine for Thursday, February 22; day 844 of contract negotiations. The time is approximately 4:00 p.m. Central Standard time. The strike authorization ballot count has now been certified by the National Ballot Committee and I am pleased…Read More
Hello, this is Peter Day, member of the APFA Negotiating Committee, and this is the Negotiations HotLine for Friday, December 29. The Year 2000 will, unfortunately, end just as it began – without a contract for our Flight Attendants. Here is a recap of some of the significant developments that have occurred this year in…Read More
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.…Read More
June 16, 2000 Hello, this is John Ward, President of APFA, with the Negotiations portion of the APFA Hotline for Friday, June 16, 2000. Negotiations continued this past week in NY. The majority of our time this week was spent discussing APFA’s proposal on Merger and Acquisition Protection in Article 1 of the contract. In…Read More
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