Management has advised that as we approach the July 4th Independence Day holiday weekend in the United States, there is an increase in the number of open IDs.
During a joint meeting of the CAL, CMI and UAL MECs on June 30, 2015, the Flight Attendant leadership unanimously voted to change our official AFA pin to the color red in support of our negotiations. This is now our official AFA pin and we encourage all Members to put it on and wear it until we have a ratified Contract that reflects our contributions at United Airlines.
The government has requested information from airlines as part of the antitrust investigation, which appears to focus on whether airlines illegally signaled to each other how quickly they would add new flights, routes and extra seats.
The JNC is unanimous in calling on all Flight Attendants to demonstrate our solidarity. On July 16th, across the system, we will conduct a system-wide Day of Action. We will stand shoulder-to-shoulder for a joint Contract that recognizes and respects what each of us brought to this merger and the hard work all of us do for United Airlines everyday.
The Summer Regular Meeting of the United Master Executive Council will take place during the week of July 27 - 29, 2015.
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A Message From the United MEC President
Let’s hope that United sees the mutual benefit of reaching a deal with us. We’re doing our part to make progress. My resolve is steeled by the support I receive from all of you and the knowledge that if we need to bring the noise, we can and we will.
This week Pre-Merger United New Hire class 15-21 began training at the United Houston Training Center.
In response to our advocacy, management has acknowledged that the response times at both Crew Scheduling and Crew Accommodations have been high and are, in their view, less than acceptable.
We are learning that Flight Attendants around the system are receiving notices from Payroll seeking repayment of overpayment amounts, some from several years ago.
The United States Supreme Court ruled that the Constitution guarantees a right to same gender marriage. Coincidentally, it was two years ago today that the 1996 Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), which denied federal benefits to lawfully married same gender couples, was struck down by the United States Supreme Court.
In a recent telecast of NBC’s Today Show, weatherman and TV personality, Al Roker made a strong statement in support of the hardworking frontline employees at United Airlines.
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New Hire Class Begin Training,Al Rocker Sends Out
Some Love To United Employees,Joint Negotiations Resume in Chicago
Joint Contract Negotiations Update
The Association of Flight Attendants-CWA (AFA) president at Alaska Airlines, Jeffrey Peterson, released a statement today following news of a cabin air quality lawsuit filed by Alaska Flight Attendants
As Flight Attendants we are not responsible for gate checking bags.
Summer weather around the United States recently has caused reassignments and drafting across the system. As we all know, during the operation, flight schedules can fall apart, and while frustrating, reassignments are an undesirable but necessary part of our job. To protect our rights during reassignment, the company is obligated to follow the provisions outlined in our Contract.
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Credit Cards Upon Check-In,Joint Negotiations Resume in Chicago
Recently we have been receiving reports that some hotels are requiring Flight Attendants to provide a personal credit card upon check-in for incidentals.