Hawaiian Flight Attendants Vote 99.9% to Authorize a Strike

Hawaiian Flight Attendants Vote 99.9% to Authorize a Strike

November 22, 2019 — On Wednesday, AFA Hawaiian Flight Attendants voted 99.9 percent to authorize a strike with 95.1 percent participating.

Hawaiian Strike Vote“This historic strike vote takes our contract fight to an entirely new level. Hawaiian Flight Attendants are sending an emphatic message to management: Delay is not acceptable; we demand the contract we deserve because we earn it every day. We are safety professionals, and management must acknowledge our worth. Hawaiian is profitable and the time has come for Flight Attendants to share in what we have helped create,” said AFA Hawaiian President Sharon Soper. "Hawaiian Flight Attendants are paid less than their counterparts in the industry, yet they are based in the most expensive cities in the United States and are renowned for their safety record and level of service."

Last week, Hawaiian AFA Flight Attendants picketed all week at Honolulu International Airport and Los Angeles International Airport to mark the company’s 90th birthday and highlight their fight for a fair contract.

Check out some of the media coverage: HLN: Hawaiian Airlines Flight Attendants Authorize Strike, Honolulu Star-Advertiser: Hawaiian Airlines flight attendants vote to authorize strike

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