Maury Email and April PPSK

DATE:Tuesday, March 24th 2020


SUBJECT:Maury Email and April PPSK


Hello,

Maury’s Email

In response to the Maury's recent email regarding the operation during these difficult times, we would like to clarify some confusion we have been observing from the Flight Attendant work group.  Although these times may seem uncertain, we can say with 100% certainty that your union has not engaged in any talks with management in regards to any concessions and furloughing. As previously mentioned, at this time we have only discussed the option for Company Convenience Leave (CCL).

April PPSK

Currently for March we are being PPSK for trips that are on our schedules as the company continues to cancel flights. Unfortunately, the company just sent an email to the BLI domicile Flight Attendants, without any forewarning to the union, that puts in question the PPSK for April schedules as originally awarded. The company never informed the union that they may not be paying the schedules fully, as awarded, per the CBA. April schedules have been awarded and we will fight for everyone to get paid for the trips as originally awarded. We will follow up with the company tomorrow regarding the BLI domicile email and the questions it has raised among ALL Flight Attendants.



In Unity,

Executive Board

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