If we voted "YES" we'd definately be wrong. Maybe we have a chance to make things right, time will tell. Stay tuned.UEJ500 said:I hope you are right on this. Any news on if G0jet is still planning to fly friday (the 16th)
You know what. I honestly don't care anymore. It's like having a girlfriend you fight with all the time. I'm just ready to break up and get on with my life. I say we do what we do here at TSA and let Gayjets do whatever. We stood up for what is right and that's really all that matters.UEJ500 said:Any news on if G0jet is still planning to fly friday (the 16th)
I personally know several indviduals who voted yes, don't disparage them, they are honorable people for the most part. I can respect an honest difference of opinion. The dishonorable scumbags are already working for GayJets. 75% is a rather decisive margin and sends the appropriate messge. Let's hope they listen.ren said:Twenty five percent voted in favor. That is one in four voters. One in four pilots you fly with do not stand with us. The vote should have been 100%! Here we have failed to send HK the message we needed to send. Let us improve on our success. We must all stand together if we ever expect to make improvement.
If the company doesn't talk anymore, and the clock runs out and g-jet does a revenue trip....let the whipsawing begin! Will you care then?You know what. I honestly don't care anymore
I would have to work at all 5 companies at the same time to feed my family on first year pay.If this company goes under.....I will apply at Eagle or Expressjet or Skywest or Chautauqua or Flexjet or...you get the picture.
NO. What happens now is the company comes crawling back and makes a better offer, because they know they have to, or possibly face a whole can of worms. How many jets you think United will hand down to Uncle Hulie while he is negotiating with three unions at the same time??? This guy is smart, he knows what he needs to do.theo said:So what happens next? Does Go-Jet finally get certified as a teamsters union. I guess that means Trans States stays with just their 50 seat aircraft represented by ALPA. Congratulations on that...i guess, and good luck!