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    Flaviu DeLeanu

    817-689-3101

    fdeleanu@twu567.org

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    In the event of the loss of a loved one, please complete and submit this form so that the Local can make the necessary arrangements for a plant delivery and Bible presentation.

    Bereavement Form

    Know Your Rights

    For information on ANY incidents regarding Compliance/Aircraft Damage

    contact your TWU ASAP Coordinator:

    Doug Housley

    817-875-9005

    dhousley@twu567.org

    Click here to File an ASAP

    ASAP BLOG

    JAVITS DECISION

    The TWU-IAM Association today announced that Neutral Joshua Javits issued his final integrated seniority lists for the Mechanic and Related, Fleet Service and Stores work groups at American Airlines.

    The final lists are the completion of an investigation Neutral Javits conducted regarding protests of the initial seniority lists, issued on December 27, 2016. The final integrated seniority lists show all seniority dates amended as a result of that protest process.

    Neutral Javits considered over 1,600 protests from approximately 1,700 employees. Each protester will receive a letter from Neutral Javits explaining the determination of his or her protest.

    These seniority lists will become effective upon ratification of the Joint Collective Bargaining Agreements. View all final integrated seniority lists, Neutral Javits’ memo and the updated former TWA Seniority by Station Title/Group Matrix below.

    ACCESS ALL SENIORITY INTEGRATION DOCUMENTS BELOW:

    Click here to read the Javits' memo for final seniority lists and the TWA Seniority by Station Title/Group Matrix.

    Click here to to print and post the bulletin.

    AMT (“Title I”) Seniority List, click here.

    AMT (“Title I”) Lead Seniority List, click here.
    For those stations where former TWA employees exercise either 100% or 25% of their former TWA seniority:
    Please click here for TWA 100%.
    Please click here for TWA 25%.

    GSE/PM (“Title II”) Seniority List, click here.

    GSE/PM (“Title II”) Lead Seniority List, click here.
    For those stations where former TWA employees exercise either 100% or 25% of their former TWA seniority:
    Please click here for TWA 100%.
    Please click here for TWA 25%.

    Inspector Seniority List, click here.
    For those stations where former TWA employees exercise either 100% or 25% of their former TWA seniority:
    Please click here for TWA 100%.
    Please click here for TWA 25%.

    MTS Seniority List, click here.
    For those stations where former TWA employees exercise either 100% or 25% of their former TWA seniority:
    Please click here for TWA 100%.
    Please click here for TWA 25%.

    Utility Seniority List, click here.

    Lead Utility Seniority List, click here.

    MCT Seniority List, click here.

    Planner & Tech Doc Seniority List, click here.

    QA Seniority List, click here.

    Fleet Seniority List, click here.

    Stores Seniority List, click here.

    Lead Stores Seniority List, click here.
    For those stations where former TWA employees exercise either 100% or 25% of their former TWA seniority:
    Please click here for TWA 100%.
    Please click here for TWA 25%.

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  • AA Should Care
    Posted On: Feb 27, 2019

    Demand American Airlines care about passenger and crew safety and security #PowerofCaring

    Transport Workers Union started this petition to Chairman and CEO, American Airlines Doug Parker

    Every day, millions of us board airplanes for millions of reasons. We have a realistic expectation that when we do, the airline we choose is doing all it can to reduce risk and keep us safe and secure. A great many of us choose American Airlines with that very expectation.

    Yet, these are the scary truths:

    • American Airlines is currently sending the jobs of its maintenance workers outside the U.S. to low-bid, third-party providers who are often unregulated or less-regulated than work completed by its own employees. American Airlines is also outsourcing the work of facilities maintenance, fleet service, logistics and other ground support jobs to low-bid, third-parties in the U.S., and is pushing for employee contracts that would increase outsourcing even more.
    • During bankruptcy, American Airlines outsourced the process of aircraft cabin security inspections to a third-party, low-bid vendor with extremely high turnover rates. 
    • American Airlines is seeking to outsource the critical process of de-icing its aircraft to third-party, low-bid vendors at select hub locations—work currently performed by its own dedicated and experienced fleet service workers. 
       

    These jobs that American Airlines wants to outsource are the work of highly skilled and dedicated professionals who are responsible for ensuring the planes we fly on are fit for flight.

    So, why does American Airlines want to outsource this critical work? We believe it to be for the same reason it crams more seats onto already overcrowded airplanes—the elimination of good American jobs provides its executives with even more profits.

    The impact of outsourcing can be devastating.

    Scarcely regulated maintenance and repairs can lead to:

    • Lack of structural integrity and inferior parts
    • Increased mechanical malfunction and failure rates
    • Increased flight delays and inconvenience
    • Increased risk for passengers and crew

    Loss of American jobs can lead to:

    • Direct negative impact on local and nationwide economies
    • Loss of quality of life for AA employees and their families
       

    American Airlines claims that it’s operating in the best interest of the public, consumers, and its employees. Yet, it continues to ask for concessions—including health benefits and medical costs, retirement packages, and jobs—designed to increase profits, but could also increase risk.

    The employees of American Airlines care about your safety and security, and we know you do as well. Don’t you think American Airlines should care too?

    Discover the #PowerofCaring by telling American Airlines that you support its employees in their pursuit of change.

    By signing this petition, you are:

    1. Calling upon American Airlines to agree to stop outsourcing to third-party vendors both in the U.S. and abroad;
    2. Calling upon American Airlines to allow its employees to recapture previously lost work;
    3. Calling upon American Airlines to increase the hiring of skilled aircraft and facility mechanics, material logistic, fleet service and other ground support workers in the U.S.;
    4. Calling upon American Airlines to reinstate previously-held benefits packages to its employees; and
    5. Calling upon elected officials to submit legislation that addresses the homeland security risks, and erosion of passenger and flight crew safety, caused by the increase in aircraft maintenance, logistics, and fleet service outsourcing.

    Learn more at AAShouldCare.com.

    This campaign is supported and paid for by TWU Locals 501, 502, 505, 507, 510, 512, 513, 514, 529, 567, 568 and 591.


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