This afternoon the National Mediation Board informed AFA that mediator Cathy McCann has been assigned to our joint contract negotiations.
As we stated in Friday’s AFA E-Lines due to the continued conflicting challenges of the ISAP program, we have developed a survey to ensure the ISAP program is meeting the needs of Flight Attendants. We have had an overwhelming response and ask that if you have not already done so, please take a moment and fill out our Safety Reporting System Questionnaire available on our website.
As we approach the fourteenth remembrance of September 11th, many of us will begin to plan how we’ll recognize this day.
Dear Sam messages are coming in faster than we can add them to our website, keep them coming!
Safety Reporting System Questionnaire,Dear Sam Messages Begin to Pile Up,14th Remembrance of September 11
AFA United Master Executive Council Safety, Health and Security Committee continue to address issues plaguing our once robust and healthy ISAP program.
Aflac Voluntary Supplemental Insurance Onsite Enrollment will close on August 31, 2015.
Today, we would like to welcome the 47 graduating Members of class 1526 to the line. They will be reporting to our JFK domicile for orientation on September 3, 2015, and available to fly on September 5, 2015. Please help welcome these new Flight Attendants to our family.
Welcome Class 1526,Inflight Safety Action Program (ISAP) Update and Survey,Redeployment of Aircraft,Aflac Voluntary Supplemental Insurance Enrollment Closes August 31,Follow Us on Twitter
As the company moves forward with changes to the aircraft schedule that are designed to place the right aircraft in the right markets to accommodate passenger demand, this afternoon the company announced plans for the deployment of wide-body aircraft
The Association of Flight Attendants-CWA (AFA) celebrates the 95th anniversary of the victory of the Women’s Suffrage Movement, the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
Action in Support of Negotiations
Seventy years ago, the Airline Stewardess Association was formed and began to pave the way for what is today the world’s largest Flight Attendant union, the Association of Flight Attendants-CWA (AFA).
As Flight Attendants we all know an eight-hour rest does not actually mean we receive eight hours of rest. We are calling on our Representatives to mandate a 10-hour minimum rest rule be added to the Federal Aviation Authorization (FAA) reauthorization bill, which will mirror what the FAA has established for the Pilots.
Since we began our Dear Sam campaign last Friday, we have received hundreds of handwritten Dear Sam messages.
With the addition of our newest Members to the line, we continue to receive questions about the process of filling open premium positions at briefing.
New Hire and the Assignment of Open Premium Positions,Dear Sam Handwritten Message,Call to Action – Fight Fatigue We want #EqualZzz
Have you ever wanted to say something to United's Senior Vice President of Inflight, well now you can. This week we have begun our new campaign entitled, Dear Sam.
70 years ago on Saturday, August 22, 2015, the Airline Stewardess Association was formed and paved the way for the democratic process we have today within the Association of Flight Attendants-CWA.
The company announced yesterday that a September 29, 2015, exit date has been assigned to additional EEOP participants