|Thursday, June 9, 2016
Incident at Layover Hotel in LAS - LUS
It has been reported that there was a shooting early this morning at the layover hotel in LAS where we currently have CLT based crews. It was also reported that the Flight Attendants didn't learn of the incident until they arrived at the airport. All crew members are safe and accounted for.
Known Crew Member (KCM) Location Change in MIA - LAA/LUS
Effective June 10, 2016 at 0400, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) will move the KCM entrance point at Miami International Airport (MIA) from checkpoint D3 to checkpoint D2, located near gate D24. The new location allows crewmembers selected for random screening to go through TSA pre-check lanes instead of standardized screening.
For the latest KCM information, including interactive maps and hours of operation, visit knowncrewmember.org.
Change of Local Phone Number and Caller ID for Crew Scheduling – LAA
Due to the relocation of the Crew Scheduling Department to the new Integrated Operations Center (IOC) building at AA Headquarters, there will be a caller ID change reflecting a new area code of (682) instead of (817). The new local number used by Crew Scheduling, Crew Tracking and Crew Compensation will be 682-315-CREW. The Toll Free number (800-VIP-CREW) will remain unchanged.
WINGS Blitz For LUS Kicks Off in CLT - LUS
The WINGS Foundation is excited to get the word out to the Legacy US Airways Flight Attendants about our non-profit foundation. Since January 2015, WINGS Foundation has provided over $100,000 of financial assistance to Legacy US Airways Flight Attendants. We need your help to continue our mission of Flight Attendants helping Flight Attendants.
What: Wings LUS Informational Blitz
When: Tuesday, June 14 & Wednesday June 15 from 0730-1830
Where: CLT Crew Room
WINGS Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non profit dedicated to assisting American Airlines Flight Attendants in financial need due to illness, injury, disability, catastrophe or natural disaster.
APFA is a strong and independent Union comprised of 25,000 hard-working Flight Attendants of American Airlines. Like any organization, opinions and interests are varied. What makes APFA unique, though, is its highly democratic process which allows members to make their voices heard through the direct election of their Union representatives and voting power on all Constitutional changes. APFA is proud of its membership’s diversity, passion, and advocacy.
(817) 540-0108 | www.apfa.org | 1004 W. Euless Blvd, Euless, TX 76040