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December 13, 2018 System-Wide Day of Action - Schedule of Events

Date: December 3, 2018

                         

November 20, 2018, Special AFA E-Lines - December 13, 2018 System-wide Day of Action

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December 13, 2018 System-Wide Day of Action

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

CITY

TIMES

LOCATION

Boston

0800-0900

Upper Level - Terminal B

Chicago

1000-1100

Upper Level Departures - Between Terminals 1 & 2

Cleveland

0900-1000

Departure Level door 7

Denver

1200-1330

Main Terminal (west side, outside United ticket counter)

Frankfurt

0900-1000

Terminal B - Directly in front of United Check-in

Hong Kong

0900-1100

Departure Level - Terminal 1 - Door 3

Guam

1700-1800

Intersection of Marine Corps Drive and Route 14A (By JFK High School, Tamuning)

Honolulu

1100-1200

Departure Level - In front of United Check-in

Houston

1000-1500

JFK Blvd at Greens Road

Las Vegas

1030-1130

Departure Level - Terminal 3

London

1030-1230

Arrival Level – Café Nero

Los Angeles

1100-1200

Upper Level - Terminal 7 & 8 – Briefing at 1030

Newark

1100-1300

Terminal C – Level 2 Doors 1 & 5 | Level 3 Doors 1 & 3
- Briefing at 1030

Tokyo Narita

1600-1700

Departure Level Curbside - Near United Ticket Counters

San Francisco

1100-1300

Upper Level Departures - Terminal 3

Washington-Dulles

1400-1600

Departure Level - In Front of United Check-in


On December 13th we will stand together in a System-wide Day of Action objecting to management’s decision to succumb to the pressures of Wall Street rather than addressing the needs of the traveling public and providing the proper staffing on the aircraft to ensure Flight Attendants are able to meet the expectations of those who really matter – our passengers!

We all want United Airlines to succeed and we all want to take pride in a job well done. The new cuts to staffing and service in a time of massive profits is the last straw, but the reality is that management is failing to deliver on several fronts. The continuing glitches, contract provisions that haven’t been implemented because of automation limitations are nothing less than unacceptable. The contract is clear and in every case it’s up to management to keep their end of the bargain.

We will stand together on December 13th to demand change:

  • Stop planned staffing and service cuts. Instead, increase staffing across the system. (Dependable, Safe, Caring, Efficient)
  • Fix payroll issues and resolve any discrepancies expeditiously. (Caring, Dependable, Efficient)
  • Ensure Flight Attendants have access to hotels in the event of severe weather and irregular operations. We’re an airline, we should start planning for irregularities so crews can be rested and ready when the airline recovers. (Safe, Caring, Dependable)
  • Ensure crew scheduling is contactable, and if not Flight Attendants self-release. (Caring, Dependable, Efficient)
  • Elimination of Continuous Overnight Duty Pairings, and multi-day all-night flying. (Safe, Caring, Efficient)
  • Stop elimination of and re-establish cross aisles on the 76A & upcoming 76L. (Safe, Caring, Efficient)
  • Relocate Flight Attendant crew rest seats on the 76A & upcoming 76L. (Safe, Caring, Efficient)
  • Eliminate Positive Check-In Now. (Safe, Efficient)
  • Eliminate trade restrictions and fix excess Reserve coverage requirements that make trading nearly impossible. (Caring, Dependable, Efficient)
  • Make training requirements for events to which we are “invited” clear. (Dependable, Efficient)
  • Enhancements to Worldwide travel benefits (Dependable, Caring, Efficient)

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