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Greensideup
01-10-2019, 10:25 AM
Made ya look!


squib
01-15-2019, 02:57 PM
Made ya look!


This union doesn't have balls to even authorize a strike vote yet no other airline in the past decade has been in negotiations as long as AWAC and voted for strike authorization after 2 years. Of course they will never be released but that's not the point. Meanwhile reps are getting months off at a time with no negotiations scheduled. Someone is passing an envelope of cash under the table. Steer clear from this place.

ICUROOK
01-15-2019, 03:35 PM
Considering you guys crumbled like a house of cards when it came to standing up to United's attempt at the jumpseat land grab, I doubt very highly you guys have the balls to strike.

btw, while we are on this note have you thanked the Regionals who had did stand up to them for the reason that you still have TOC priority on UAX jumpseats with UAL mainline pilots?


Paid2fly
01-15-2019, 04:04 PM
Considering you guys crumbled like a house of cards when it came to standing up to United's attempt at the jumpseat land grab, I doubt very highly you guys have the balls to strike.

btw, while we are on this note have you thanked the Regionals who had did stand up to them for the reason that you still have TOC priority on UAX jumpseats with UAL mainline pilots?




:o





;)

DarkSideMoon
01-15-2019, 04:08 PM
Considering you guys crumbled like a house of cards when it came to standing up to United's attempt at the jumpseat land grab, I doubt very highly you guys have the balls to strike.

btw, while we are on this note have you thanked the Regionals who had did stand up to them for the reason that you still have TOC priority on UAX jumpseats with UAL mainline pilots?

Do you have any good documentation on that whole thing? Iíve been trying to explain it to other people but I donít have any really great sources besides a relatively vague communication from the ARW ALPA and screenshots of an email from SAPA.

squib
01-17-2019, 06:38 PM
Do you have any good documentation on that whole thing? Iíve been trying to explain it to other people but I donít have any really great sources besides a relatively vague communication from the ARW ALPA and screenshots of an email from SAPA.

If you havenít noticed arw alpa doesnít like to step on anyoneís toes no matter what the situation is. They all want a real career in the long run.

DarkSideMoon
01-17-2019, 09:09 PM
If you havenít noticed arw alpa doesnít like to step on anyoneís toes no matter what the situation is. They all want a real career in the long run.

Oh Iíve noticed. Iím just saying most guys on the line has no idea what almost happened with JS priority and it would be nice to have some screenshots or emails from SAPA and the teamsters. Guys donít respond well to ďwell, my buddy at republic said thisĒ.

squib
01-18-2019, 04:54 AM
Oh Iíve noticed. Iím just saying most guys on the line has no idea what almost happened with JS priority and it would be nice to have some screenshots or emails from SAPA and the teamsters. Guys donít respond well to ďwell, my buddy at republic said thisĒ.

Most guys have no idea whatís going on in general. No one reads emails, announcements and they sure donít read FOM/FCM revisions. Yet the company wonders why people donít operate their equipment appropriately. More than half the pilot group is junior as **** and they want the next bonus before they leave. Thatís why the last TA almost passed. This place is in a downward spiral to the bottom.



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