Our Negotiating Committee takes their responsibility to ensure that the voice of every Flight Attendant is heard very seriously. That’s why it’s incredibly important for each of us to participate in the upcoming Negotiations Survey. The results of the survey are a critical component that will be used to create the opening proposal and guide our priorities at the bargaining table.
The Negotiations Survey provides all of us with an equal opportunity to make sure that our voices are heard. Our Negotiating Committee will read every comment and, as such, the survey is your direct line to share your thoughts and have your feedback included. Only by having every Flight Attendant participate in the survey can we ensure that our Negotiating Committee receives the best picture of what is important to us from contract negotiations.
Negotiations Survey Timeline
|Survey email and link sent out|
|Survey closes (12 PM Pacific time)|
Negotiations Survey FAQs
Will the results of the Negotiations Survey be shared?
The survey serves as an essential component of the Committee's overall negotiating strategy. Because of this, the results are strictly confidential and will not be published or shared.
If the results were published or management were to obtain the data from the survey, they could use the information to gain the upper hand at the bargaining table. Management would have complete insight into what our priorities are and could use that leverage to ensure that the provisions important to us either cost us more or become completely out of our reach during contract negotiations.
If I’m having technical issues with the survey, what should I do?
If you need technical support for an issue with the Negotiations Survey, please fill out a support request form. After submitting, an AFA Representative will be in contact with you to assist as soon as possible.