ALPA Supports IAM Campaigns at Delta (iamdelta.net)

ALPA supports IAM campaigns at Delta and vows to collaborate with the IAM to strengthen the Labor Movement and protect aviation’s good middle-class jobs. ALPA rightfully recognizes the immense benefits of having a voice on the job. Sign your a-card today and demand a vote, so Delta workers can join ALPA members and have a […]


May 23, 2019

Machinists union calls for US government to investigate Delta Air Lines

Delta Air Lines’ union-busting attempts have sparked a formal complaint to the US government by the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers (IAM). The airline is accused of surveilling employees involved in union activities and targeted dismissals of union activists. In addition, marking the latest in a long series of anti-union incidents, Delta has […]


May 15, 2019

Delta Airlines staff told ‘don’t unionise, buy video games’ (bbc.com)

By Chris Bell Delta Airlines is facing significant criticism after posters discouraging its staff from joining a union were widely shared online. “Union dues cost around $700 [£540] a year,” one of the posters states. “A new video game system with the latest hits sounds like fun. Put your money towards that instead of paying […]


May 11, 2019

Airport activists organise in Toronto

Last week, worker-activists from airports across the globe came together to organise internationally, building on their shared experiences of organising their workplaces locally. Airport workers from Britain, Canada, Indonesia, South Korea, Thailand and the USA met in Toronto to build strength from each other’s successes and learn from each others’ strategies. The exchange formed part […]


May 10, 2019

Give solidarity to Luton airport security staff

Around 120 security staff at Luton airport entered the second phase of strike action 7 May to 13 May, following 5 days of action over the Mayday bank holiday. The Unite union members voted by over a 90 percent majority for action. The workers are opposed to a new shift pattern that would mean working […]


ITF backs Argentine unions in general strike

ITF-affiliated transport unions in Argentina, including the National Federation of Truck Drivers (FNTC), have joined a national strike to protest the economic, social and anti-union policies of the Argentine government and the effect they are having on workers and the general population. ITF unions joined other unions from the Argentine Workers’ Central Union (CTA), the […]


April 30, 2019

New victory for Ryanair workers as labour authority rules on Eindhoven base closure

The Dutch labour authority (UWV) has ruled that Ryanair cannot fire the workers affected by the closure of its base at Eindhoven Airport, marking a significant setback for the airline’s industrial relations model. In October Ryanair announced it planned to close its bases at Eindhoven and Bremen and downsize operations at Weeze, citing the impact […]


March 22, 2019

International call for release of Kenyan trade union leaders

The International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF), representing 18 million workers in 147 countries, is calling for the immediate release of Moses Ndiema, secretary general of the Kenya Aviation Workers Union (KAWU), and other union leaders. The trade union leaders were detained as part of government efforts to suppress a strike by workers at Jomo Kenyatta […]


March 8, 2019