News

On December 5, newly elected Congresswoman Donna Shalala and State Senator Jose Javier Rodriguez joined Envoy-American Eagle passenger service agents for a rally outside MIA in support of a fair contract and against poverty wages.
Our fight remains about livable wages, and we are committed to fighting one day longer to bring back a contract that meets every member's needs.
On Wednesday, October 3, 2018, the Senate overwhelmingly passed an FAA Reauthorization bill that included critical protections from assault for passenger service agents. The bill also included a long-needed increase in the minimum rest period for flight attendants.
Great news! We are very close to winning our long fight to include assault protections for passenger service agents in the FAA Reauthorization bill. Let's not miss this opportunity to urge Congress to act!
Early this morning, on September 12, 2018, our CWA Bargaining Team reached a tentative agreement with Piedmont. Details of the agreement will be made available soon.
The CWA bargaining team met with the Envoy team on September 5th and 6th. They discussed proposals on scope and classifications and passed a proposal on the drug policy. The next bargaining will take place in early November.
Members of Local 3140 celebrated teamwork and their first fully elected executive board with a family picnic. They're making respect and kindness priorities because: "As individuals, we are one drop, but together we are an ocean."
On August 29, 2018, CWA Local 3640 hosted an early Labor Day celebration in the American Airlines Reservations Office in Winston Salem, NC. We proudly served 400 members!
Piedmont Agent Heather Hudson offers a recap of recent mobilization activities and the August Town Hall Call.
The CWA bargaining committee met with the Envoy bargaining committee on August 21 and 22. Envoy believes their proposal for wages is industry-leading, but our fight is about livable wages.
We've made significant headway in closing the gap between our union proposal and the company's, but we still have a ways to go to reach a fair agreement.