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Discussion in 'Delta Air Lines' started by Checking it Out, Aug 19, 2005.
Per National Hotline Amfa is on Strike!!!!
What's the word from the F/A vote?
Steve McFarland at 11:01 pm announced the strike is in progress, You can get the phone number from the Amfa National website, More details will follow.
Good luck and my thoughts will be with you guys through this tough time.
:up: :up: :up: AMFA/NWA Mechanics and Related Have Put the word PRIDE back into UNIONISM! :up: :up: :up:
Good luck to all of you guys and gals at NW. Solidarity man!
Here is the AMFA lnk for strike info. http://www.amfanatl.org/
Anyone in the Seattle area send me a PM of where you'll be picketing please so I can drop off some food tomorrow for you guys...
God bless all of my union bothers and sisters at NWA.
Good Luck Everyone!
Anyone picketing in Ontario, California?
Stay strong and remember.....
unity does pay!!
Hang tuff-go get em AMFA!!!!!!!
If NWA keeps flying with no problems, the strike will be the worst thing that ever happened to organized labor in the airline industry.
Eastern Airlines hired scabs too!
Remember Eastern Airlines?
WCCO) The wait is over and Northwest mechanics are walking the picket line.
Mechanics from the Aircraft Mechanics Fraternal Association began striking at 11:01 p.m. central time Friday. Northwest was seeking $1.1 billion worth of annual labor savings and wanted $176 million from its mechanics.
Both sides never met face-to-face Friday.
The airline lined up 1,200 temporary workers to replace the strikers. They also shifted Northwest mechanics' schedules so most workers would not be on the clock when the strike began.
As the last of the workers clocked out at 8 p.m., their security badges were confiscated and they were escorted away by security.
God Bless you all,
Concessions begat concessions, the line has been drawn in the sand by the brave AMFA/NWA Mechanics and related! If you think a handful of SCABS will be NWA salvation you have absolutely no clue to the FAR's involved in providing an Airworthy Commercial Aircraft!