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  • Air Transport June 1, 2015

    IAM Flight Attendants Celebrate International Cabin Crew Day

    IAM District 142 yesterday celebrated International Cabin Crew Day with IAM-represented Flight Attendants by thanking them for their vital role in keeping the skies safe and letting them know how truly appreciated they are. “We would like to take this opportunity to thank all our Flight Attendant members at ExpressJet, Open Skies, and Commutair, along

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  • Air Transport May 28, 2015

    IAM Sponsors Aviation High School Students in Maintenance Skills Competition

    IAM District 142 recently sponsored six students and their instructors from New York’s Aviation High School to participate in the Aviation Maintenance Skills Competition. The competition was held during the MRO of Americas Convention, which was held at the Miami Beach Convention Center. Over 39 teams from seven different countries participated in the event. Teams

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  • Air Transport May 22, 2015

    NMB Certifies TWU-IAM Associations at American

    The National Mediation Board (NMB) this week certified the TWU-IAM Association for the Fleet Service, Mechanic and Related and Stores classifications as the ?collective bargaining agent for all of the above classifications at American ?Airlines. All three Associations were formed following the merger of US Airways and American Airlines. Both the Transport Workers Union (TWU)

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  • Air Transport April 15, 2015

    NMB Rules American Airlines a Single Carrier

    Today’s ruling sets the stage for Association members to get to the table and do whatever it takes to get a labor agreement that recognizes the sacrifices our members and their families have made in order for American Airlines to become the largest and most profitable airline in the world. 30,000 TWU-IAM Association members determined

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  • Air Transport March 5, 2015

    NMB Process Plods Along

    The National Mediation Board (NMB) yesterday requested additional information from the TWU/IAM Association relating to our request for a determination of Single Carrier Status (SCS). Specifically, the NMB asked for documentation related to both American Airlines and US Airways Simulator Technicians. This request is evidence the NMB is actively engaged in processing the Association’s SCS

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