(INDIANAPOLIS) – Yesterday, as a gesture of union solidarity, members of the Teamsters Local 357 Executive Board led a group of Teamsters employed by Republic Airline on a visit to the Indianapolis International Airport Terminal Radar Approach Control Facilities (TRACON) to bring lunch to air traffic controllers. The air traffic controllers, who have been working without pay due to the government shutdown, are members of the National Air Traffic Controllers Association.
(DALLAS) – The Teamsters have reached a tentative agreement with Southwest Airlines on behalf of members who work as material specialists for the commercial carrier. The nearly 300 material specialists at Southwest oversee the company’s technical operation inventory management across the network.
(ATLANTA) – International and domestic flights served by Gate Gourmet departing from Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport in Atlanta may experience delays or go without food service during the holiday travel rush. The disruptions could impact Delta (NYSE: DAL), Gate Gourmet’s largest customer, as well as several international airlines.
(DULLES, Va. and ATLANTA) – Today, hundreds of Gate Gourmet employees and representatives of the Teamsters and UNITE-HERE unions alerted air passengers about unsafe conditions in the airline food catering industry, at Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport and at the United Airlines [NASDAQ: UAL] terminal at Washington Dulles International Airport in Virginia.
(LAS VEGAS) – By more than a seven-to-one margin, pilots who are members of Teamsters Local 631 have ratified their first contract with URS Federal Services, Inc., a company that provides services for the U.S. federal government. The landmark agreement will go into effect on Jan. 1, 2019 and run through Sept. 30, 2022.
(LAS VEGAS) – Teamsters Local 631 has reached a tentative agreement covering pilots who work for the URS Federal Services, Inc., a company that provides services for the U.S. Federal Government. The agreement will go to the membership for a ratification vote on December 15.
(DENVER) – Teamsters Local 455 has ratified its first contract with the budget commercial air carrier Frontier Airlines. The new collective bargaining agreement will be in place for five years, but includes up to 10 years of pay raises.
(DENVER) – With 97 percent of the bargaining unit participating, Aircraft Appearance Agents at Frontier Airlines represented by Teamsters Local 455 voted unanimously to ratify their most recent collective bargaining agreement with the company.