Month: June 2017

Victory for Airline Customer Service Agents and the IAM

The Senate Commerce Committee Thursday approved customer service assault language into their Federal Aviation Administration Reauthorization Bill. This language will help protect Customer Service Agents (CSAs) against physical abuse. The IAM applauds both the House and Senate for including this language, along with the 10-hour rest rule for flight attendants, into their bills. But, unlike […]

ATLANTIC AVIATION-PNE TENTATIVE AGREEMENT

Negotiations have been completed at PNE and a tentative agreement recommended by your Negotiating Committee has been obtained for the Atlantic Aviation membership.   Copies of the terms of this agreement will be made available to the membership next week for their review.  Please take the time to read the agreement and take note of any […]

EXPRESSJET FLIGHT ATTENDANTS NEGOTIATIONS UPDATE

Your negotiation committee met with ExpressJet the week of June 21, 2017 in Springfield Missouri. Your committee remains frustrated that the company continues to drag these negotiations with no reasonable proposal on Section 3, (compensation) and Section 10 (OJI). It has been made clear to the company that parity is our end goal for Section […]

Association, AA Executive Session Negotiations Continue

Brothers and Sisters, The Negotiating Committee met with American Airlines the week of June 12th, in Washington D.C. and continued negotiations on Classifications for M&R, and Promotions & Transfers, Recall, and Reduction in Force for Fleet Service among other contractual provisions. The Executive Committee was unable to reach full tentative agreements; however, progress was made […]

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