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Delta asked for ramp workers to cut back to 3 or 4 days a week?
Is that voluntary?
Why do you think they'd do that when they may be...
Good Lord. OK, man. The sky is falling. o_O
Think you're about 15 years behind the rest of us. Catch up, we'll wait.
They only consider it welfare of they give it to someone else, not when they get it.
Dude. They have more cash and more assets than at any time in their history.
Pilots have pay protection language in their CBA because if the planes don't take off, they wouldn't get paid. I believe they pay protection is...
The Early Out with pay is part of the JCBA.
In 2001, airlines were already in trouble yet they didn't file or restructure until two to four years later. We're a week into this.
Cannot believe how no one believed they were in a position to go bankrupt in '03 or '11, but think this is a slam dunk scenario today. o_O
Easier to layoff after the vote. They'll probably let it be voted on.
For people that like to harp on history, it's amazing how they leave out details from the story.
Concessions were given in 2003, by all unions,...
They didn't have any unincumbered money in 2011. Another fallacy.
The fact that most still don't understand the reality of 2003 and 2011 leads...
It'll be longer than that.
2003 & 2011 no one believed they would file bankruptcy, even after losing so much money
Today, this airline has made more money in the last 5...
Same message in MIA. The Association doesn't want to face the Members.
They have plenty of cash, over $7B in liquidity.
They can cancel buybacks and other capital expenses.
Because we're being trained to believe everything the airline does is bad or stupid. We're lead to believe the Executives sir in their offices...
Liquidity includes cash on hand, but also includes other assets that can be quickly converted into cash.
Doesn't seem that way.
I think they did when the Local Presidents were actively engaged in negotiations. Everything seemed to turn the IAM way...