JetBlue, United And Delta Face Union Pressure As Airlines Remain A Labor Stronghold (forbes.com)

By Ted Reed Photo: ALPA Despite being under attack throughout the U.S., the labor movement remains active in the airline industry, which is experiencing the highest profits in its history. U.S. airlines have been profitable since 2010, reaching a record $25.6 billion in 2015 profits. Typically, carriers have passed gains on to workers in the […]


February 5, 2018

How a Norwegian Airline Could Steal Your Job (iam.org)

The Department of Transportation (DOT) recently rendered a decision that would grant Norwegian Air International (NAI) a foreign air carrier permit and access to the US aviation market. NAI is a Norwegian airline in name only. The carrier is registered in Ireland to avoid Norwegian safety and security regulations and rents its cabin crews from […]


May 4, 2016