Silver Airways Flight Attendants, represented by AFA-CWA, reached a tentative agreement for a first contract with the assistance of the National Mediation Board. The details of the four year agreement will be released first to the 60 Silver Airways Flight Attendants.
"Silver Airways Flight Attendants have worked hard to achieve a first contract. Negotiations began with our successful organizing campaign in 2015. By standing together, we were able to achieve a solid first contract that will provide Flight Attendants with a foundation for our future," said Kate Britt, AFA Silver Airways President.
The agreement with Silver management includes key economic and quality of life improvements.
Air Transport International
Flight Attendants at Air Transport International (ATI), represented by AFA-CWA, voted by 65 percent to ratify a first contract with immediate pay raises and defined schedule and work rules.
"ATI Flight Attendants voted for a step forward that provides a strong foundation for our future," said Kristen Hillman, AFA President at ATI. "ATI Flight Attendants will now be recognized for our work and dedication as aviation's first responders. This contract will make a difference for Flight Attendants and their families."
The six year contract covers more than 35 Flight Attendants.