• Petitioned Judge Lane

This petition was delivered to:

Judge Lane

We object to the signing of "Last Final Best Offer" between APFA & AMR.

    1. Pamela Fandrich
    2. Petition by

      Pamela Fandrich

      Gilbert, AZ

This is important because many flight attendants were misinformed by APFA on these roadshows that USAir was going to merge during bankruptcy and they would not keep the LFBO for 6 years, but only a short time until the contract with USAir was implemented. APFA furthermore did not inform the flight attendant of the specific final language of the LFBO, which many did not know needed to be decided on yet. Furthermore, APFA told flight attendants the merger was more likely to happen if they voted for the LFBO, which is not the case.

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    Reasons for signing

      • about 2 years ago

      I have work had for 34 years, now AMR has used my talents and run with the money I helped bring itl

    • Gena Medema ELMHURST, IL
      • about 2 years ago

      I voted no, simply because I have no faith in our current management team. I have 27+ years and know I would have been better off with a short term 1113 from American Airlines. Let's merge!

    • Gail Singer ROCKWALL, TX
      • about 2 years ago

      Do not feel the offer was complete at time os signing. There was alot of misinformation. Not all was devulged.

    • carrie kenyon EULESS, TX
      • about 2 years ago

      The union lied to us, and we basically are going to have our livelihoods diminished by corporate greed.

    • Sandra Aley TUCSON, AZ
      • about 2 years ago

      In my opinion, APFA should have shown due diligence, requiring AMR, hereafter referred to as “the company”, to send every APFA member the total requisite final contractual legal language of the document called “Last Best Final Offer”. Thereby, this document, which should been provided to the entire union membership, should have included the final legal language of all changes to the implemented (Forced) contract of 2003, including but not limited to any and all letters of agreement between the company and the union. In addition, this document should have included any and all anticipated timelines for implementation of each separate aspect of the "Last Best Final Offer". An informed unbiased fully disclosing legal document would have assisted the membership to accomplish the task of making a more informed, intelligent decision. The APFA, representative for the membership, should have sent the membership the entire legal language of the "Last Best Final Offer". Instead the Union decided to attempt to misinform the membership with its self-serving packet of information, by which they predominately highlighted the positive aspects of the “LBFO”. Then they followed with the smoke and mirrors road show, informational scare tactics, and dangling carrots, i.e. USAirways, to coerce the membership to deliver an uninformed positive vote.Why is this important to you?


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