APA in the News
KERA, May 19
American Airlines pilots approach contract agreement, ending potential strike plans
APA is in the final steps of agreeing on a tentative contract with management. “We are pleased that we’ve made that first step in that final process, and we’re hopeful that the membership looks at it as meeting their standards as they come into this, for not only compensation but for work-life balance,” APA spokesman Capt. Dennis Tajer told KERA in Dallas. Read the article..
The Dallas Morning News, May 19
American Airlines pilots reach agreement in principle, days from busy summer travel season
The agreement in principle is a step to “inserting certainty into the summer schedule,” APA spokesman Capt. Dennis Tajer told The Dallas Morning News. “It’s a major step in aligning everybody’s eyeballs, running the best airline possible, and continuing to take care of our passengers. And, just as importantly, going out there and beating the competition.” Read the article...
Dallas Business Journal, May 19
Surprising ruling threatens valuable Northeast blueprint for American Airlines
APA spokesman Capt. Dennis Tajer told the Dallas Business Journal the union had its doubts about American’s Northeast Alliance with JetBlue and the benefits it provided to pilots. “Now, we don’t have to debate that,” he said. “You can sit around the table and cry, or you can get back to work and try to compete.” Read the article...
APA and American Airlines Management Reach Agreement in Principle
Unity Will Deliver
Another Summer of Uncertainty?
APA Approves Strike Authorization Vote