What do Committee members do?
Members of our Committees serve in three primary roles:
Serve as the subject matter expert in the committees primary area of focus.
Act as a resource within their area of expertise and work to actively educate and empower members.
Work as a liaison between Members and the Local Executive Council, Master Executive Council, and management involving matters related to the Committee.
Select one of the Committee tabs below to learn more about that committee, view it’s page, and view it’s contacts.
Safety – Your AFA Horizon Safety Health & Security Committee works with management on matters pertaining to cabin and Flight Attendant safety, health and security issues.
ASAP – The goal of the Aviation Safety Action Program (ASAP) is to enhance aviation safety through the prevention of accidents and incidents.
ASHS Committee Contacts
ASAP Committee Contacts
The Benefits Committee works to provide education and assistance to flight attendants in all matters involving benefits – including insurance, maternity, workers compensation, and leave of absence programs. Additionally, assistance is available for the resolution of access related issues or payment of benefits.
Benefits and Leaves Committee Contacts
This Committee is responsible for establishing and maintaining an effective information sharing process between QXAFA leadership and members, including use of the afahorizon.org website, email “blasts”, and social media outlets.
Communications Committee Contacts
The Association of Flight Attendants Employee Assistance Program (AFA EAP) is a confidential resource available to the members, their families and their partners to assist with personal, as well a work-related concerns.
EAP Committee Contacts
The Inflight Service Committee works with management on changes in service, procedures to be followed, and other matters pertaining to inflight service, catering and galley & service cart configuration.
Inflight Service Committee Contacts
The Grievance Committee represents Flight Attendants in discipline and contract disputes. Flight Attendants are encouraged to contact a Grievance Representative if they encounter a work related issue that they are not able to resolve with an Inflight Supervisor or with questions related to the Collective Bargaining Agreement.
Grievance Committee Contacts
The Hotel and Transportation Committee works with management to investigate Flight Attendants’ concerns related to hotel facilities and transportation and periodically checks for any change in quality of accommodations and services.
Hotel Committee Contacts
Click on the button below to view the Horizon Air AFA Jumpseat Agreements page. On this page you will find the airlines, listing instructions, agreements, and where to list. These agreements were negotiated by our skilled AFA Reciprocity Committee. You deserve these benefits. Enjoy!
The AFA Legislative Affairs Committee lobbies member of Congress, provides lobbying training to AFA members and organized grassroots member activism around issues that matter most to Flight Attendants.
Legislative Affairs Committee Contacts
The Reserve Committee works to ensure contractual procedures are followed by monitoring all issues specific to Flight Attendants on reserve status. The committee assists with Contract interpretation and facilitates interaction between reserve crew members and Crew Scheduling while also educating members on the reserve system. For more information and resources. Also, The Negotiations Committee directly fights for the rights of all Horizon Flight Attendants by negotiating our contract (CBA), Side-letters, and Memorandums of Understanding.
Negotiations Committee Contacts
The Reserve Committee works to ensure contractual procedures are followed by monitoring all issues specific to Flight Attendants on reserve status. The committee assists with Contract interpretation and facilitates interaction between reserve crew members and Crew Scheduling while also educating members on the reserve system. For more information and resources.
Reserve Committee Contacts
The Scheduling Committee meets each quarter to provide input to management concerning trips and schedules. Although individual trips are now being produced by the IBT (pilot’s union), it is the responsibility of the Scheduling Committee to establish the bid line. In determining bid lines, the Scheduling Committee attempts to keep lines consistent especially regarding days off, morning and afternoon trips, 2, 3, or 4 days trips, and many other factors. However, they must take into account Trip credit values, scheduling and marketing changes, aircraft maintenance schedules, and holiday reductions when building lines.
Scheduling Committee Contacts
Joint PBS Committee
The Uniform Committee has established a relationship with management to assist in the development of a professional yet comfortable uniform. It is the committee’s goal to provide feedback from the membership to management while educating our members in maintaining a professional uniform look. The committee is more than happy to clarify or suggest possible optional pieces to management as well.