TWU Leadership Stands Up For Political Allies 

President Samuelsen joined Congressmen Joe Crowley and Adriano Espilliat at an event in Washington, D.C., thanking them for their strong support of trade unions and encouraging them to fight back against Republicans on right to work. 

 
Leadership Stands with Political Allies
Leadership Stands with Political Allies

WHO WE ARE

The Transport Workers Union of America, AFL-CIO represents nearly 140,000 members across the airline; railroad; transit, universities, utilities, and services; and gaming sectors.

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AIR

TWU has bargained industry-leading contracts for working people across nearly every class and craft in the aviation industry, from flight attendants, to Title I&II mechanics and related, stores, baggage handlers, gate agents, customer service agents, flight training crew instructors and dispatchers, as well as workers covered under service contracts at several U.S. military bases and other government properties.

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Transit

The Transit, Universities, Utilities, and Services Division is the union’s largest, representing bus and train operators, mechanics, engineers, cleaners, and ticket agents at some of the nation’s busiest public transit systems, as well as school bus drivers, para-transit and tour bus operators, and bridge and tunnel agents.

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Rail

TWU is the union voice of café car workers, trackmen, crane operators, cleaners, inspectors, welders, flagmen, and carpenters at the bargaining table, fighting for fairer wages, increased safety, and better benefits for the hardworking people who keep our trains and freight rail moving.

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Gaming

Established in 2008, the Gaming Division represents dealers at several popular properties in Las Vegas, Nevada, including Bally’s, Caesars, Harrah’s, Paris, and Wynn’s.

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Air

We are proud to have bargained industry-leading contracts for working people across nearly every class and craft in the aviation industry, from flight attendants, to Title I&II mechanics and related, stores, baggage handlers, gate agents, customer service agents, flight training crew instructors and dispatchers, as well as workers covered under service contracts at several U.S. military bases and other government properties.

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Transit

The TWU Transit, Universities, Utilities and Services Division is the union’s largest, representing bus and train operators, mechanics, engineers, cleaners and ticket agents at some of the nation’s busiest public transit systems, as well as school bus drivers, para-transit and tour bus operators, and bridge and tunnel agents.

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Rail

We are proud to be the voice of café car workers, trackmen, crane operators, cleaners, inspectors, welders, flagmen and carpenters at the bargaining table, fighting for fairer wages, increased safety and better benefits for the hardworking people who keep our trains moving.

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Gaming

The TWU Gaming Division represents dealers at several properties in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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TODAY WE UNITE: JUSTICE AT AMERICAN AIRLINES

Join the fight for a contract that restores our dignity, prioritizes our families, and protects our futures at America’s largest airline.

Join the fight for a contract that restores our dignity, prioritizes our families, and protects our futures at America’s largest airline.

TODAY WE UNITE: JUSTICE AT AMERICAN AIRLINES

Join the fight for a contract that restores our dignity, prioritizes our families, and protects our futures at America’s largest airline.

What our members are saying

When people understand that they can participate in their union and that they have a say in what happens, only good things can happen.
Gregory Bimbiras
Utility Operator, National Grid / TWU Local 101 Brooklyn, NY
Without TWU, we will never be able to improve our benefits and our conditions.
Shane Kaufmann
Casino Dealer, Caesars Palace / TWU Local 721 Las Vegas, NV
I’m glad the TWU is there to help us negotiate for a fair wage, benefits, sick time. The whole nine yards.”
Mike Tope
Cargo Agent, Southwest Airlines / TWU Local 555 Boston, MA
You just have someone on your side
Donny Williams Electronic Technician
Fort Gordon / TWU Local 527
We have a voice and we can continue to have conversations on how to improve the business, and have an equal say in that.
Ben Christiensen Rebalancer
Hubway Bike Share / TWU Local 100
When I started with the company, we were not represented by a union. Now that I am represented, I feel a lot more secure in my job. I feel like I have benefited. I have someone looking out for me.
Betty Bollert
Aircraft Dispatcher, Alaska Airlines / TWU Local 542
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