AA Bankruptcy Language And More

These are the Terms and Contract language that have been distributed since AA filed for bankruptcy. 


Tentative Agreements from Last Best Final Offers

NOT FINAL LANGUAGE (held for referance ONLY) – ***CLICK HERE FOR FINAL CONTRACTS *** 

Mechanic and Related:
July 2012 Language.
Material Logistics Specialists (STORES):
July 2012 Language.
Fleet Service:
April 2012 Language
 Maintenance Control Technician:
April 2012 Language

The Final Vote to accept AA’s  “Last Best Final Offer” July 2012

  • TULE- M&R was 74% Yes to 26% No
  • TULE- Stores  89% Yes to 11% No

The final Vote, to accept AA’s “Last Best Offer” April 2012

  • Dispatchers 83% voted and passed by 91.78%
  • Fleet 62.7% voted and passed by 58.72%
  • Instructors 72.8% voted and passed by 96.18%
  • MCT 95.6% voted and passed by 83.72%
  • Simulator Techs 78.5% voted and passed by 85.48%
  • M&R 82% voted and failed by 55.95%
  • Stores 76.4% voted and failed by 51.28%



 AMR 1113(c) Bankruptcy reorganization process chart


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Maintenance Control Technician:

Mechanic and Related:

July 2012 Language.

April 2012 Language. (REJECTED)

 


STORES:July 2012 Language.

APRIL 2012 Language. (REJECTED)


Fleet Service:

 

Others not represented by local 514
April 2012 Contract
Language
Side-By-Side
Comparisons
Term Sheets
March 22, 2012
Questions & Answers
Dispatch Full Text Language Dispatch Comparison Charts Dispatch 1113 Term Sheet Dispatch Q&A
Instructors Full Text Language Instructors Comparison Charts Instructors 1113 Term Sheet Instructors Q&A
Sim Tech Full Text Language Sim Tech Comparison Charts Sim Tech 1113 Term Sheet Sim Tech Q&A

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