AFA Interactive

In this edition (January 31, 2020):

  • Coronavirus (2019-nCoV)
  • AFA Celebrates Black History Month
  • Hawaiian Flight Attendants Take Their Contract Fight to HAL Board of Directors
  • Delta Management Announces Plans to Replace the Toxic Uniform

Coronavirus (2019-nCoV)

Issues with the coronavirus outbreak are changing at a rapid pace. Following our call for halting flights to China this morning, UnitedDelta, and American all announced a pulldown of service.

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AFA Celebrates Black History Month


AFA is proud to celebrate Black History Month. Last year, the AFA Executive Board passed a resolution recognizing Black History Month and committing to celebration and education.

Local Councils are distributing a Black History Month AFA pin. Diversity and Inclusion pins were a concept put forward by AFA members through AFA structure. We know have a PRIDE pin and a Black History Month pin. We expect to hear from additional members who want to celebrate our diverse history, and we will take similar action when we do. 

Pick up your pin from your Local and look for AFA’s focus on Black History throughout the month of February. 

Hawaiian Flight Attendants Take Their Contract Fight to the HAL Board of Directors

HAL Picket

On Tuesday, February 4th, Hawaiian AFA Flight Attendants will take the fight for a fair contract to the Hawaiian Airlines Board of Directors. We plan to picket the quarterly Board of Directors meeting so that our concerns can be heard by the airlines’ top leadership. Join us on the picket line: 

WHERE: Daniel K. Inouye International Airport (HNL)
Hawaiian Airlines Corporate Offices

WHEN: Tuesday, February 4, 2020
10:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. HST

Delta Management Announces Plans to Replace the Toxic Uniform

Delta Flight Attendants accomplished a major victory by organizing together. Delta management announced plans to replace the current uniform that is making people sick. There is still work to be done and we will stick together to keep pressing for a full resolution that removes the harmful chemicals from the workplace and makes whole the individuals who have been harmed. Read more in this update as we all take a moment to feel the power of solidarity >