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American Airlines Flight Attendants to Picket

Ready for Action

American Airlines Flight Attendants, represented by the Association of Professional Flight Attendants (APFA), will hold another round of picketing events at eleven major airports across the United States.

The picketing underscores the critical phase into which American flight attendants’ contract negotiations are entering and speaks to the readiness of subject flight attendants to act decisively should the airline’s management fail to offer them an equitable labor agreement.   

Association of Professional Flight Attendants national president Julie Hedrick remarked: "American Flight Attendants have been waiting years for improvements to compensation, reserve duty, scheduling, and vacation. This is not concessionary bargaining, and we are ready to take action. Time is up for management to bring these negotiations to a close."

Picket actions are slated to commence on Tuesday, 24 January 2023 between 11:00 and 13:00 local time at the following airport locations:

  • BOS: Boston/ Logan International Airport, Terminal B West Arrivals, Doors B103-B104.
  • CLT: Charlotte/ Douglas International Airport, NW corner of Wilkinson Blvd/Josh Birmingham Pkwy intersection.
  • DCA: Washington National Airport, Terminal 2, ticketing level, North Terrace.
  • DFW: Dallas/ Ft. Worth International Airport, Terminal D, departures, door D40.
  • JFK: New York- John F. Kennedy Airport, T8, departure level outer walkway.
  • LAX: Los Angeles International Airport, between T4 & Tom Bradley terminal, departures level.
  • MIA: Miami International Airport, Terminal D, upper level, Door 1.
  • ORD: Chicago/ O'Hare International Airport, Departures, between T2 and T3 sidewalk.
  • PHL: Philadelphia International Airport, Terminal A West.
  • PHX: Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, Terminal 4, SE end- level 2.
  • SFO: San Francisco International Airport, Harvey Milk Terminal 1, upper roadway, departures, doors 1-5.

The Association of Professional Flight Attendants (APFA) represents more than 24,000 American Airline’s flight attendants. Since its 1977 inception the organization has advocated for the flight attendant profession, positioning itself in the vanguard of the fight for workplace equality, legislative affairs, and worker’s rights.



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