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  • Time For Flight Attendant Mega-Union

    In the past several years, airline consolidation has created powerful mega-carriers that have not only standardized airline products and fares — they’ve also shared their best practices for dealing with labor. Airline employees have...

  • Backroom Deals at American Heighten Arbitration Anxiety

    Arbitration Alert: Backroom Deals  For years we’ve relayed the goings on between American Airlines management and the previous administration of APFA, the Association of Professional Flight Attendants, the union that represents American’s flight attendants....

  • Norwegian Air Permit Would Allow Offshoring US Airline Jobs

    TAKE ACTION: Instruction below ↓ Airline workers across the United States are calling on Congress to stop Norwegian Air from being able to fly to the US using a “flag of convenience” scheme which allows...

  • Largest Flight Attendant Union Responds To Election

    With Donald Trump as President-elect and Republicans taking both the House and the Senate, the future could very well be even more challenging for labor unions as they seek to improve contract and promote...

  • Cathay Pacific US-Based Flight Attendants Plan To Vote Union

    Cathay Pacific’s US-based cabin crew have been under assault by the management at the airline which recently stopped paying into employee social security and medicare. These non-union flight attendants have begun the process to...

  • US-Based Flight Attendants Lose Social Security and Health Benefits

    Cathy Pacific has approximately 400 US-based flight attendants in Los Angeles, New York and San Francisco. The company has found a loophole that allows it to stop contributing to their social security and medicare. ...

  • American Airlines Pilots Push Union Merger

    American Airlines pilots may soon have the opportunity to choose whether to keep their union, Allied Pilots Association (APA), independent or to merge with the much larger Air Line Pilots Association (ALPA); according to a...

  • American’s New Uniform…On Point or Poisonous?

    When American Airlines announced their intentions to introduce the first new employee uniform design in decades, their 80,000 employees were very enthusiastic. When employees learned the uniform would be manufactured by TwinHill, a division of...

  • National 9/11 Museum Says NO To Aviation’s First Responders

    The Memorial’s Management Says No Discounts for Airline Crewmembers In less than a month, it will be 15th anniversary of the attacks on the World Trade Center which occurred on September 11th, 2001. Understandably, many...

  • Norwegian US Flight Attendants Vote For Representation

    Congratulations from Savvy Stews to the flight attendants of Norwegian Air Shuttle who will now have a voice! AFA issued the following press release to congratulate the flight attendants of Norwegian Air Shuttle: WASHINGTON,...

  • Video: Why American, Delta Flight Attendants Should Closely Watch United Agreement

    Video: Clipped to section in which Sara Nelson mentions Delta and American directly United Airlines flight attendants have until August 12th to cast their votes to ratify or reject the tentative agreement that has...

  • American Airlines Under Bed Bug Assault

    Infestations on 777 and 787 Planes A growing number bed bug infestations are occurring on American’s 777 and 787 aircraft and flight attendants at the airline are not having it — they say this...

  • Unity is the key for flight attendants

    Flight attendants and other airline employees all over the United States are fighting for their careers and there’s no weapon more effective in the battle than unity. If you haven’t already signed the #FightFor10 petition urging congress to help increase minimum rest rules by including provisions in the FAA Reauthorization Bill, do it...

  • American, United and Delta Team Up Against Flight Attendants

    Flight attendants at virtually every US airline are experiencing a very challenging period in their careers. As airlines earn record breaking profits, many employees say they’ve been, at the very least, duped as they are expected to endure stagnant pay and exploitative work rules. The DOJ investigation into price fixing among major airlines...

  • Breaking: APFA President Laura Glading Submits Resignation

    Laura Glading has sent a letter to the APFA Board of Directors outlining her plans to resign her position as President of the APFA just as thousands of her members are planning to arrive...

  • Why I’m Headed to Dallas

    Flight attendants at American Airlines are standing up to union-busting and fighting back against corporate greed. They’re issues facing employees at every airline and at many major companies in the United States. I am flying to Dallas to stand with them on October 5th; joining flight attendants from both American Airlines (LAA: meaning...