AFA attorneys filed a pleading today, asking the bankruptcy court to deny Unitedâ€™s motion to implement its Key Employee Retention Program, which would provide bonuses and extra pay to executives and managers during the bankruptcy process. We object to management expecting rank and file workers to agree to substantial cuts in wages and benefits, while management wants to reward themselves with significant improvements in their compensation and benefits. Thursday, AFA also filed a motion in bankruptcy court to delay approval of United CEO Glenn Tilton''s contract. The filing argues that, (quote) The timing of this motion could not be worse from a labor relations standpoint. Just as UAL is seeking major changes in union employment contracts, they also propose that the employment contract of their chief executive should remain unchanged in the bankruptcy process. (End quote). Everything should be on the table and open for consideration when it comes to the financial future of our Company. Since United has placed our Collective Bargaining Agreement before the Court, we believe it necessary to have the Court review all Employment Contracts.