Airline Collective Bargaining Agreement

The collective agreement remains in effect until December 1, 2017. The range of benefits under the collective agreement is unprecedented in the aviation industry. To date, Aeroflot`s costs of obtaining these benefits exceed 3 billion rubles per year. The Us Airways Mechanics and Related, Fleet Service, and Maintenance Training Specialists working groups, represented by the International Association of Machinists (IAM), have ratified three collective agreements that employ more than 11,000 people. The agreements will remain in effect for US Airways employees until a joint collective agreement is reached for the 30,000 employees of the new American Airlines. “We are pleased to have concluded these agreements,” said Doug Parker, President and CEO of American Airlines. “We would like to thank the leaders of the International Association of Machinists and negotiators for their professionalism and hard work on behalf of their members. We would also like to thank the National Mediation Council, Linda Puchala, a member of the Board of Directors, and Mediator Walter Darr for their support in implementing these agreements. These agreements will allow us to focus on the next steps in the integration of our airlines, and we can begin the process of bringing these groups of workers together with their American counterparts through collective agreements. The collective agreement provides for the following benefits: Aeroflot management and airline workers` unions have successfully concluded negotiations for the renewal of the collective agreement currently under way for the period 2014-2017. The collective agreement provides for a wide range of benefits for workers, regardless of union affiliation. United Airlines (Chicago) has announced that it has reached a preliminary agreement with the Association of Flight Impatients (AFA) regarding the flight crew of the Continental Micronesia (CMI) subsidiary. On Wednesday, August 19, FedEx pilots, represented by the Airline Pilots Association, Int`l (ALPA), reached a preliminary agreement (TA) with FedEx management on an amended collective agreement.

The parties have been actively negotiating since 2011. Discussions began in 2011 as part of a special interim discussion agreement, initially concluded by both parties, to help narrow the vacancy sector to conclude formal negotiations in a timely manner. Formal negotiations began in January 2013, when the openers were exchanged with management in accordance with Section 6. On October 31, 2014, FedEx management submitted mediation to the National Mediation Board (NMB) and negotiations were conducted under the NMB guide. The APFA will directly transmit the details of the interim agreement to its accession, which will then be ratified by the mixed cabin crew. Most public holidays in the industry, 70 days off (usually European airlines give pilots 28 days); Comfortable accommodation if you spend the night a-bahn away from the pilot`s airport; At least three-star accommodation; Paid holidays in sanatoriums (in addition to standard business options, a special programme is available to pilots and their families in the Czech Republic); pro-diet diet based on the daily average paid for days spent on routine medical examinations; When a pilot leaves the company due to a physical inability to perform his duties, a one-time payment of 20 to 100% of his annual salary is made; compensation of $5,000 to $10,000 for health problems; Non-governmental pension fund payments (through a special pension plan, “golden anchor”) Subsidized airfares, even on high-demand roads, for pilots and their family members.