- Jan 14, 2002
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Check the ALPA site, it's posted.
Its called giving them a blank check to do with as they wish. "The parties will work to develop a mutually-acceptablefurlough-boy said:It addresses all of the issues. ALPA agrees to withdraw the greviences, and the company agrees to take no further "force majeure" actions.
Calling dropping the greivence as addressing them o.k.The company will continue to do as they wish anyways...they are already illegally furloughing folks along with the rj issue.
The issues of RJ's and minimum fleet size are redefined and new goals set.
Reduce mainline from 625 to 534 and increase rjss to 133 2002, 224 2003, and 243 2004. Mainline increas of 12 wide / 1 narrow in 2004.. nice goal..more time on the street
The pilots take a 10% paycut, but the A plan and disability benifits are protected at "book rates", plus there's a defined end of the program with significant payrate increases starting in Sept '03.
even with increases still below whats in the contract now.
They even throw us furloughed guys a bone with pay longevity for our time on the street.
Will come in handy with more time on the street with the rj increase and the blanket Airways codeshare.
Certainly not a perfect deal, but if the other groups go along, then it might be a good push to move UAL in the right direction.
More money for Dutta, and management to blow on mismanagement...In the top 100 worst managed company is saying something for these clowns.
What's the deal with the US Airways code-share comments at the end?
My understanding is that the furloughees will not get to vote on it.Anybody know if us poor forsaken furloughed slobs get to vote on this thing?
Just wondering, what is the source is for this "additional furlough of 300" -- has management officially stated this? Just a threat so we'll pass the ERP? Anyone with reliable source for this info?HvyjetFO said:
The threat of 300 more furloughs looms if the ERP doesn't pass.