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Germanwings Airbus Carrying 150 Crashes in French Alps


Search and rescue teams were scrambling on Tuesday to reach a remote and rugged site in the southern French Alps where the French aviation authorities confirmed that a German plane carrying 144 passengers and six crew members had crashed while en route to Düsseldorf from Barcelona. It was feared that there were no survivors.

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Stop Fast Track March 4 Day of Action


Fast Track for the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade deal would devastate U.S. Aviation, jeopardize our job security, and obliterate the democratic process. We need to take action before it’s too late.

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Crew and Passenger Exposure to Contaminated Air on Aircraft


Sheriff Stanhope Payne, Senior Coroner for Dorset raises serious Matters of Concern on Crew and Passenger Exposure to Contaminated Air on Aircraft

London, England (February 20, 2015) –The Global Cabin Air Quality Executive (GCAQE), established in 2006, is the leading organisation representing air crew (pilots, cabin crew and engineers) and off shore oil workers, that deals specifically with contaminated air issues and cabin air quality. We represent nearly 30 organizations, and over three quarters of a million workers around the world.

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AFA Fights Fatigue, Honors Colgan 3407 Crew


As we remember and honor those who perished when Colgan Flight 3407 crashed outside Buffalo six years ago, it is our duty to apply the lessons learned from this tragedy. AFA continues to work to fight fatigue, this year through legislative action.

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Call to Action from AFA: Say No to Fast Track


Watch this video to learn about why we are calling for union-wide action to tell Congress to Vote NO to Fast Track for the TPP.

Then, call 888-966-9836 to be directed to your member of Congress.

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DOT should reject Norwegian Air's foreign air carrier application


The Department of Transportation (DOT) will soon decide whether or not to grant controversial low-cost airline Norwegian Air International (NAI) a foreign air carrier permit to fly to the U.S. NAI is seeking to establish a "flag of convenience" model in transatlantic aviation, just as has been done in merchant shipping since the 1950s. If the DOT were to approve NAI's application, it would likely spell disaster for American aviation workers, carriers and consumers.

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United Trails American as Merger Benefits Fail to Show


Henry Binder, a professor emeritus of medicine at Yale University, has been flying United Airlines for 30 years -- not happily, these days.

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