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Our calls and letters are making a difference. Negotiations continue among Congressional leaders and the White House to reach a deal to support aviation workers and stop the furloughs. We cannot stress enough how urgent it is to keep calling your senators every day for as long as negotiations continue. It only takes a few minutes.
We know it has been a tough week for everyone. And it's not over yet. We need to keep calling our senators every day for as long as negotiations continue to extend the PSP and stop or reverse the furloughs. It only takes a few minutes to call your senators.
Thousands of aviation workers across the country have begun receiving their lay off notices because Mitch McConnell refuses to allow a vote on a comprehensive COVID relief package. But it's still not too late to act. American Airlines CEO Doug Parker said the airline would reverse the furloughs if the Senate were to reach a deal soon.
As Chair of the Agent Advisory Board, I was invited to Doug Parker’s quarterly meeting with union leaders, including the CWA-IBT Association, to hear the earnings report. Doug Parker’s leadership team also attended.
Want to find out the latest news on our election? Listen to what activists with the CWA-IBT Association had to say on our April Town Hall Call.
Today, agents and representatives with the new American Airlines filed with the National Mediation Board (NMB) for a single transportation system determination. What does that actually mean?
Our March 4th day of action was a huge success.
Passenger Service Employees at the new American Airlines will be part of a nationwide show of solidarity on March 4th. We will be wearing red wristbands to show our unity and dedication to achieving a unified voice at work.
For American Airlines Home Based Representatives, getting information and getting organized with our campaign has been extra challenging.
“The example of US Airways proves that bringing jobs back to the United States is a viable pathway.”
Since the start of bargaining in July 2011, the Bargaining Committee and staff have travelled almost monthly to either Phoenix, Charlotte, or Washington, DC, to meet — along with our fellow Teamster bargainers— with the company’s bargaining team.