Association of Professional Flight Attendants
FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) – American Airline’s flight attendants have approved the airline’s last, best contract offer. 7,482 flight attendants or 60 percent voted in favor of the tentative agreement. 5088 or 40 percent voted against. […]
merican Airlines’ flight attendants union, the Association of Professional Flight Attendants, has decided to send the airline’s last, best offer to its members.
The flight attendants’ union says it has made progress in talks with American Airlines on voluntary cost-cutting measures.
Leaders of the Allied Pilots Association will spend the weekend meeting with American Airlines management to find out more information about the airline’s final contract offer.
The Allied Pilots Association board has decided not to send American Airlines’ final contract offer to union members for a vote.
Hundreds of American Airlines employees marched on their company’s headquarters in Fort Worth Friday morning, carrying signs calling for change.
More than 100 flight attendants and other supporters are picketing outside of Terminal D at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport today. The group is at the airport supporting the US Airways bid to merge with American Airlines.
US Airways’ announcement that it wants to pursue a merger with American Airlines sent American’s three main unions soaring Friday.
The major unions for Fort Worth-based American Airlines have decided to back US Airways hostile takeover of the airline. While the unions can’t force a merger, they hold seats on the committee of unsecured creditors in the AMR Corp. bankruptcy case.
US Airways announced that it wants to merge with American Airlines. While it has not made an offer, it has struck an agreement with the airline’s unions.
As promised, American Airlines has asked a bankruptcy judge to scrap its union contracts and restart negotiations from scratch.
American Airlines has always been in Judy Collins’ family’s blood. “My dad worked 39 and a half years for American before he retired.”