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2.08.2019 – Four Transportation Unions Voice Support for H.R. 1108

Friday, February 8, 2019   Four Transportation Unions Voice Support for H.R. 1108: “We Need to Make Sure Every FAA Employee Remains on the Job With Pay” WASHINGTON, D.C. (Feb. 8, 2019) — Four unions representing a total of 73,000 workers at American Airlines voiced their support for H.R. 1108, the “Aviation Funding Stability Act…

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11.12.18 – Standing With Our TWU Brothers and Sisters

  Over the weekend we received a letter from John Samuelson, president of the Transport Workers Union of America (TWU). APFA welcomes the support of our brothers and sisters at TWU 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…

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10.24.18 – The Weekly Scoop

Yesterday APFA had the privilege of joining our brother and sister Unions, TWU, IAM, APA, and CWA at a Rally at DFW Airport. Our mission was to support the hundreds of TWU and IAM members who need a contract. In a brief speech to the crowd, APFA National President Lori Bassani said, “APFA is here…

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10.19.18 – Call to Action – TWU Picket

  Call to Action! Our TWU and IAM Brothers and Sisters have been in contract negotiations with American for nearly 3 years. TWU and IAM have shown their strong support for APFA’s WAAKE UP AMERICAN Picket at DFW in August, and will continue their support in joining APFA System-wide Base Airport Picketing, November18th. Rallying Together to Save Jobs! October…

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10.17.18 – The Weekly Scoop

    Call to Action October 23rd! Let’s Support TWU & IAM Our TWU Brothers and Sisters have been in contract negotiations with American for nearly 3 years. TWU has shown their strong support at APFA’s WAAKE UP AMERICAN Picket at Centreport – DFW in August, and will continue their support in joining APFA System-Wide Base Airport picketing, November 18th.…

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9.12.18 – (LAA/LUS) – The Weekly Scoop

(Brian Parker, Strategic Action Committee Coordinator, TWU, Robin Charbonneau, APFA and Mark York, Secretary/Treasurer Dallas AFL-CIO , Central Labor Council) Proud to Walk “I was proud to be at DFW Airport today, standing beside my brothers and sisters from Envoy and their union, the Communications Workers of America (CWA).  Envoy passenger service agents and all…

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4.20.18 – (LAA/LUS) – 48-Hr Arbitration Concludes/Jetblue FAs Vote to Unionize/2Q18 EC Meeting/NH Class 18-09 /Uniform Report Update

  48-Hour Presidential Grievance Concludes JetBlue Flight Attendants Vote to Unionize 2Q18 Executive Committee (EC) Meeting Scheduled Welcome New Hire Class 18-09! Uniform Reaction Report Update   48-Hour Presidential Grievance Concludes The 48-Hour Presidential Grievance Arbitration concluded today in Dallas/Fort Worth after testimony by APFA and the Company. Both parties have requested an expedited opinion…

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4.06.18 – (LAA/LUS) – APFA Supports Organizing Efforts of JetBlue FAs/EC Confirms Dept Chairs & RRs/Turbulence/NH Class 18-07/Uniform Reaction Report Count

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APFA Proudly Supports JetBlue FAs’ Efforts to Unionize EC Confirms National Chairs and Regional Reps Turbulence – Protect Yourself! Welcome New Hire Class 18-07! Uniform Reaction Update APFA Proudly Supports JetBlue FAs’ Efforts to Unionize. JetBlue Flight Attendants will decide later this month whether to join the Transport Workers Union after a dedicated organizing drive that…

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12.17.04 – (LAA) – AFA-CWA Candelight Vigil, Headquarters Becomes Smoke Free, Legislative Action Task Force, US Airways Reaches Tentatve Agreement

This is Cathy Lukensmeyer, APFA Treasurer. Today is Friday, December 17, and you’ve reached the APFA hotline. This week’s highlight was the AFA-CWA Candelight Vigil and Rally in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday. All four APFA National Officers, members of the Executive Committee, many Base Chairs and Vice Chairs and Flight Attendants from across the system…

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12.10.04 – (LAA) – AFA-CWA Candle Light Vigil, Flight Attendant Fatigue, Leadership Summit, Federal Court Dismisses Lawsuit Challenging AA/APFA 2001 Seniority Integration Agreement

This is Tommie Hutto-Blake, APFA President. Today is Friday, December 10th, and you have reached the APFA Weekly Hotline. On Tuesday, December 14th, your APFA officers along with other APFA representatives will be a part of a candle light vigil and march showing our solid support for the United and US Airways Flight Attendants. The…

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11.12.04 – (LAA) – AA Flight 587 Crash Anniversary, American Airlines’ Attendance Control Policy, Delta Pilots Ratify Concession Agreement, US Airways File Application to Regject the Bargaining Agreements Between CWA, the IAM, and FAs Represented by AFA

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…

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8.20.04 – (LAA) – DOL Expresses Position that Tommie Hutto-Blake Should be Installed as President of APFA, WTS Notifications for APFA VC at JFK, LGA, MIA, and SFO Due Date, FA Fatigue, Safety Audit by Dept of Homeland Security, Retirement Made Easy

Hello everyone, this is Michael Truan, DFW InfoRep Captain with the APFA Hotline for Friday August 20, 2004. As was previously reported on this Hotline, the Department of Labor recently counted 16 additional ballots for the position of APFA President. This resulted in a change in the outcome of the election. On the basis of…

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4.30.04 – (LAA) – Restructuring Agreement, Lobbying in DC

Hello. This is George Price, APFA National Communications Coordinator, with the APFA Hotline for Friday, April 30, 2004. In accordance with Attachment A of the Restructuring Agreement, all Flight Attendants will receive a 1.5% pay raise effective May 1, 2004. This increase will be reflected in the May 15th paychecks. APFA reported a few months…

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4.08.04 – (LAA) – Grievances Scheduled to be Presented at the Quarterly System Boards, Test Flights on 737 Between Dallas and Los Angeles, Role of the Treasurer with Regards to Office Staff

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…

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3.19.04 – (LAA) – Primary Vacation Bid Awards Posted, Reduced Layover Rest

This is George Price, APFA National Communications Coordinator, with the APFA Hotline for Friday, March 19, 2004. Primary vacation bid awards have been posted in Flight Attendant HI10s. As a reminder, secondary vacation bidding opened on March 15th and will close at 0700 Central Time on March 23rd. The primary 777 vacation bidding will open…

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2.27.04 – (LAA) – Haiti Cancellations, National Runoff Election, Vacation Accrual Presidential Grievance, Furloughed FAs, BOD Convention

Hello. Today is Friday, February 27, 2004. This is George Price, APFA National Communications Coordinator, with the APFA Hotline. In this week’s Hotline, we will discuss: Haiti cancellations The APFA National Officer Runoff Election A Presidential Grievance filed this week on Vacation Accrual Assistance needed from furloughed Flight Attendants The Annual APFA Board of Directors…

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3.30.01 – (LAA) – NMB Postpones Negotiations, APFA President and President of APFA and TWU Send Letter Opposing TWA Acquisition, Information Picketing April 12, PEB Expected to make Recommendations, Delta’s Pilots Released into Cooling Off Period, IAM Res

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…

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3.02.01- (LAA) – Negotiations Resume, Base Representative Election Ballots Counted, Temporary Restraining Order Against TWU Issued on Friday, Delta and Pilots Have Asked for Release from Mediation, TWA Asset Bidding, United Management Meeting with UAL Lab

This is Alexis Boilini, IOR Flight Attendant and member of the APFA Negotiating Committee, with a hotline update for Friday, March 2. Negotiations resumed today in Chicago with Federal Mediator Linda Puchala. Our discussions centered around Article 11 (Language) and Article 9 (Scheduling). Despite the Company’s continuing rhetoric stating their desire to reach an agreement,…

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2.09.01- (LAA) – Mediated Contract Talks Resume, Strike Authorizatioin Ballot,Presidential Emergency Board, Merger and Acquisition Committee Researches Issues Raised by Possible Acquisition of TWA

Special Hotline Update Wednesday, February 14, 2001 This is Leslie Mayo, National Communications Coordinator, with an updated hotline for February 14, 2001. Mediated contract talks between the APFA and American Airlines will resume in March. The following dates have been announced: March 2nd and 3rd in Chicago, March 12th through the 14th in Washington, D.C.…

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