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.
In preparation for bargaining, leaders of our seven Local Unions elected the Bargaining Committee in late 2010.
Advocating on behalf of the thousands of Pennsylvanians working for U.S. Airways and American Airlines, leaders of the Communications Workers of America (CWA) and the Association of Flight Attendants-CWA met with Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane today to re-emphasize the benefits a merged airline will bring to the Keystone State.
We urge the U.S. District Court and the Department of Justice to begin the trial on November 12, 2013 in order to get to a speedy resolution to this exciting merger.
A group of transportation labor groups is urging the Department of Justice to drop its opposition to a proposed merger between U.S. Airways and American Airlines.
In a move that surprised industry and union observers, the U.S. Department of Justice filed suit on Tuesday to block the merger between American Airlines and US Airways, charging that it was anti-competitive and would harm consumers.
The Communications Workers of America and the International Brotherhood of Teamsters reached a tentative agreement covering 6,500 passenger service employees at US Airways.
With the merger of US Airways and American Airlines expected to be approved in August, agents and representatives at both carriers are launching our campaign for CWA representation at the combined airline.
Joint training with American and US Airways agents has yielded a “Week of Action” in Dallas-Ft. Worth, with four US Airways agents and representatives meeting with res agents at the Southwest Regional Office (SRO) and visiting DFW to discuss the importance of representation for airport agents.