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May 4th, 2018 Update

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May 4th, 2018 Update

Local 514 President Dale Danker on Negotiations, Equity and Membership Meeting.

RE: M/R and Stores Printed Agreements

June 30,2010 TO: AA Local Presidents RE: M/R and Stores Printed Agreements Brothers: The purpose of this letter is to provide an update on the print job of the two agreements. On Tuesday, July 6,2010, the PDF versions of the agreements will be e-mailed to the Presidents and Negotiating team. The PDF will also be…

Mr. Mayor

Wow what an accomplishment, for a union brother who started his aviation career with TWA in 1979 in New York as a Fleet Service Clerk. The Brother’s name is Tom Daly, and is a member of TWU Local 514, in San Antonio, Texas.

A Former Member’s Widow Needs our Help

Ms Bookout, widow of Jeff Bookout, ask assistance in giving Jeff’s toolbox a new home. Ms Bookout gave her permission and requested that TWU Local 514 hold a drawing for Jeff’s toolbox. Tickets will be available from Shop Stewards following Stewards meeting on July 12 at a price of $1.00 per ticket or six tickets…

Veterans Committee

The Veterans Committee will be handing out shirts to the Claremore Veterans Hospital patients on July 4th at 11:00 am. Volunteers are appreciated. For any questions, contact Jenni Proctor-Timms at 437-4300. Thank you!

TWU Says AA Fleet Tentative Contract Agreement Is No Longer Valid, Union Asks NMB to Release 11,000 Fleet and Ground Service Workers

Unresolved Issues That Led to Suspension of Ratification Process Earlier This Month has Now Created an Impasse DALLAS –The Transport Workers Union of America (TWU), today has asked the federal National Mediation Board (NMB) to release the union from further mediation with American Airlines for fleet and ground service workers. Unresolved issues that led to…

Court Decision Upholds New Rules For Rail and Aviation Union Elections

WASHINGTON, DC – Edward Wytkind, president of the Transportation Trades Department, AFL-CIO, issued the following statement today in response to a decision in the United States District Court for the District of Columbia, rejecting the Air Transport Association’s attempt to overturn new National Mediation Board (NMB) rules governing union elections: