EA CO AS wrote:Boof02671 wrote:The topic is about AA suing, not me. Stay on topic. I have a vested interest
By implying that you're part of the union and/or an AA employee, you've made yourself part of the discussion.
He has claimed to be involved with the IAM and a former USAIR employee (pre-HP) it would seem:
Boof02671 wrote:Get over it? My pension at US Airways was terminated, I could have retired at 52 with a decent living, now when I hit 50 next month I will collect $572 a month, dont tell me to get over it.
I was there 17 years, the CEO was there less than two years and he walked away with $6 million in his pension.
Boof02671 wrote:I pointed facts, why the attack? I even stated CLT nor RDU couldn’t support a flight. I only worked for US for 20 years, 17 of those in CLT, where I still reside.
Boof02671 wrote:Delta has no spares?
I worked Stores for US we always have spare engines for each fleet type.
Boof02671 wrote:Our contract doesn’t have mandatory overtime. We aren’t slaves.
Boof02671 wrote:I was in maintenance and US outsourced maintenance on the planes, they let mainline ramp work them, but not us.
Boof02671 wrote:I was an IAM member and rep for over 20 years and negotiated at US and CO, Unionized workers keep the company profitable and have a seat at the table and a say, instead of being on the menu with no say.
Boof02671 wrote:I worked at US for 20 years, you can’t be disciplined nor is it against the law to work by the company’s rules, regulations, and procedures.