Recent Publications

  • Events have been moving quickly since our last message to you on Friday. Over the weekend the company contacted the MEC to let us know that the AWA Board had been able to approve the TA earlier than expected.
  • Your MEC reported to you on September 8 that your Negotiating Committee had reached a Tentative Agreement (TA) with the Company. Your Negotiating Committee, as well as the Company’s Negotiators, had signed a Tentative Agreement that was subject to our ALPA pilot ratification process.
  • Monday, September 11th, 2023, marked the twenty-two-year anniversary of the terrorist attacks that took place in 2001 in New York City, Washington D.C. and Pennsylvania. Over two decades have passed since the terrorist attacks that claimed the lives of thousands, forever changing our country and our lives.
  • Your MEC met all day today in Chicago to try to finalize the Tentative Agreement and vote on whether to send it to you for a ratification vote. As we have told you, the MEC asked some questions to get clarity on a few important points.
  • The MEC convened in Chicago this week to begin its review of the tentative agreement reached between ALPA and Company negotiators. Although we have made good progress in our review, more work remains. We have recessed the special MEC meeting and will reconvene the meeting back in Chicago on Friday.
  • After many months of work, your ALPA MEC Negotiating Committee is pleased to report that it has reached agreement with the Company’s Negotiating Committee on proposed new contract terms, which will be presented to the MEC at a special meeting next week in Chicago.
  • Your R & I Committee has a special message for you. September 8th is officially known as National 401(K) Day! We all dream of a life of leisure during our golden retirement years. Every year on the Friday after Labor Day we celebrate National 401(K) Day; it’s the day Americans are encouraged to check in on their retirement readiness. Celebrate your 401(K) by acting today!
  • Stress, anxiety, and other depression-like symptoms are common reactions after a disaster. ALPA’s Pilot Peer Support (PPS) program is here to take your call. PPS is a support network that connects you with a trained pilot peer to talk about any personal or professional problems you may be experiencing.
  • Your negotiators met again with the Company for three days this week in Minneapolis. We are encouraged to report that the Company made some significant movement in this session towards reaching a deal that addresses the priorities you communicated to us almost a year ago.
  • Recently your MEC has become aware of a significant increase in requests for doctor’s notes from management. In phone calls with pilots, the Company has claimed that they have a “Sick Call Program” in which they are asking every pilot for a sick note, and that the pilot will receive an APR in the meantime.


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