Published 20 Mar, 2012
Ft. Worth, Texas—On Wednesday, March 21, the Transport Workers Union (TWU) will brief the media on AMR’s business plan and changes to working conditions affecting TWU workers at American Eagle. The union also will discuss next steps in the bankruptcy process and actions TWU intends to pursue. The briefing will follow meetings earlier in the day between TWU and managers representing American Eagle and follow-up meetings with TWU leaders and the union’s bankruptcy advisors.
Who: James C. Little TWU International President, other TWU leaders, senior staff and bankruptcy advisors
What: Media briefing on AMR Corp.’s announced changes at American Eagle
When: Wed., Mar. 21, Noon (estimated time), following meetings with managers and presentation of term sheets
Where: American Airlines Training and Conference Center (outside)
AMR Corp., the parent company of American Airlines and American Eagle, filed for bankruptcy on November 29, 2011.
Transport Workers Union of America (TWU) represents 200,000 workers and retirees, primarily in commercial aviation, public transportation and passenger railroads, including 26,000 workers at American Airlines and American Eagle. The union is an affiliate of the AFL-CIO.