What does the Inflight Service Committee do?
The Food & Beverage Committee works with management on changes in service, procedures to be followed, and other matters pertaining to inflight service, catering, galley & service cart configuration.
MEC Inflight Service Committee Chair
The MEC Inflight Service Committee shall consist of the MEC Inflight Service Committee Chairperson and the Local Inflight Service Committee Chairperson from each council. It shall be the policy of the Union to make any significant change in inflight service or sales subject to negotiations between the parties. The Union shall always place Flight Attendants’ health and safety as its priority when considering the feasibility of any inflight service or sales change and the location of inflight service or sales items in galleys or other stowage locations. The MEC Chairperson shall: Immediately contact the MEC President should the Company override his/her objections and proceed to implement changes in inflight service or sales against his/her recommendation, Compose informational and educational articles of interest to the membership and provide them to the MEC Communications Chairperson to be included in MEC communications and posted to the MEC website.