Stay Safe Flight Attendants: AFA Resources for Hurricane Dorian

AFA Resources for Hurricane Dorian

September 6, 2019 (Updated) - On Friday, eastern North Carolina, southeast Virginia and the southern Delmarva Peninsula will take a blast from Dorian’s heavy rain, strong winds and storm surge through the morning and afternoon. Several locations along the North Carolina Outer Banks had already reported wind gusts up to 95 mph as the eyewall, the hurricane’s zone of the most severe weather surrounding its center, passed over early Friday. The storm officially made landfall over Cape Hatteras at 8:35 a.m.

Now is the time to begin thinking about what kinds of preparations you might need to make over the next couple of days. AFA EAP is always available at 800-424-2406.

Tips for Staying Safe During and After a Hurricane >

Continue to check with your AFA Local/MEC on operational conditions and issues at your airline. 

We take care of each other, Flight Attendants helping Flight Attendants. The AFA Disaster Relief Fund provides assistance to AFA members and retirees who have suffered significant damage and/or relocation as a result of a disaster.

DONATE NOW to the AFA Disaster Relief Fund to help Flight Attendants affected by these storms >

Fly and stay safe.

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