ASAP – Fatigue

Hello Fellow Flight Attendants, Wishing everyone well! I am writing in regard to our current contract and reminding you all that we do have a Fatigue Policy implemented for our protection along with the ASAP program. You will find the verbiage under Article 26, Health, Safety, and security.  It is on page 166-167 in our […]

April Safety Roundtable – Repost

Hello Everyone, Here are some notes that I took regarding the Fatigue Risk Management Plan (FRMP) and Safety Roundtable: 1. The panel discussed the importance of utilizing ASAP in conjunction with fatigue reporting.I learned the proper verbiage to use when submitting a fatigue ASAP Report. 2. I learned that keeping the integrity of the ASAP […]

Now Hear This!

Mary McDaniel from Pacific Hearing Conservation will be available to perform mandatory hearing tests for our PSA, GSA, and GSE employees first (mandatory). Once those employees are tested then she would be happy to test the Flight Attendants (voluntary). Wait times will vary. Flight Attendants from any domicile may come to any of these testing […]

We Will Never Forget…

From Your AFA EAP PERSONAL STRATEGIES FOR APPROACHING THE ANNIVERSARY OF SEPTEMBER 11th As we approach the anniversary of September 11th, many of us will begin to plan how we’ll recognize this day. Anniversaries offer an opportunity to acknowledge our memories and experiences, to connect with others who share in them, and to pay tribute […]

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Red Pin Contract Campaign

Hello fellow Horizon Air AFA members. September marks the time in negotiations where your Negotiations Committee and Management have decided to meet and present what we believe are the “meat and potatoes” of the contract or the “Big 3”. When we meet on September 17th through the 19th, your AFA Negotiations Committee will make a […]

New TSA KCM Requirements

New KCM Requirements But No Uniform Required August 30, 2019 This past week we worked with airlines and pilots to encourage TSA to halt a previously announced uniform requirement while we discussed possible other mitigations to maintain and enhance the Known Crewmember security screening. Yesterday, we met at TSA headquarters as a group to review […]

*Important* KCM Update

August 26, 2019 Important KCM Update Since the announcement on Saturday that Known Crewmember (KCM) procedures would change AFA has been interfacing with TSA, industry, and the Air Line Pilots Association (ALPA). We are pleased to report to you the procedure to require a uniform for access through KCM will not go into effect this […]

TSA Issues Notice of KCM Change

August 24, 2019 TSA Issues Notice of KCM Change Earlier today, TSA posted an Alert to the KCM website, changing procedures for the program. (Full notice text included below) Unpredictable Screening Procedures will change August 27 and the requirement for crew uniforms will become effective this Wednesday, August 28th. It is highly unusual that a […]