TWU flight attendant members have firsthand experience working in both stifling hot and shivering cold aircraft cabins, where they must carry-out their important safety and security responsibilities while interacting with often unhappy and uncomfortable passengers. Recently, the TWU filed formal comments urging the DOT to begin regulating temperatures inside the aircraft cabin to better protect the health and safety of flight attendants and the flying public. Click here to read the comments.
December 15, 2018 Brothers and Sisters, The TWU/IAM Association executive negotiating committee participated on a conference call conducted by National Mediation Board mediators yesterday, December 14, 2018. Negotiators from American Airlines also participated. The mediators recapped the remaining open items to be negotiated. They also set the agenda and negotiating schedule for the beginning of […]
The entire leadership and staff at the TWU International extends their warmest wishes for a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday to all of our members. We know this is the busiest travel time of the year, and we recognize each and every one of you for keeping everyone safe as they journey to their loved ones. You […]
November 16, 2018 Brothers and Sisters, As previously announced, the Association leadership and American Airlines Management participated in a joint conference call with the NMB mediators assigned to assist in our JCBA negotiations. The mediators are now responsible for setting the agenda, including dates for the mediated sessions. The mediators opened the call requesting the […]