The Scheduling Committee makes sure that the company follows all contractual obligations that are outlined in our Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA).


Every request is assigned a unique identification number that you can use to track the progress and responses online.


Contract agreement between SPIRIT AIRLINES, INC. and THE FLIGHT ATTENDANTS in the service of Spirit Airlines, Inc. as represented by the Association Of Flight Attendants-CWA, AFL-CIO May 2016 - April 2021.


The Grievance Committee’s primary responsibility is the protection of all Flight Attendants against arbitrary and unjust disciplinary action and to uphold the collective bargaining agreement.


These benefits were secured by Flight Attendants working together. This is one example of the tangible results we achieve by promoting AFA's first objective to unite all Flight Attendants.


Here is some important information on AQE each of us should be carrying in our flight bags. Think of it as your Air Quality Event Emergency Kit.

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Our story

The Spirit Airlines Master Executive Council (MEC) of the Association of Flight Attendants (AFA-CWA) represents nearly 4,000 Flight Attendants at Spirit Airlines. The activities of the union are driven by working Flight Attendants who serve as activists and leaders within Local Councils in Atlantic City, DetroitDallas, Fort Lauderdale, Las Vegas, and Chicago

From humble beginnings in 1992 a small charter airline with 352 flight attendants called Charter One became Spirit Airlines. Shortly thereafter in 2000, those 352 Flight Attendants voted to become a part of a the Association of Flight Attendants, signing their first collective bargaining agreement in 2003.

With such growth comes many changes. From closing bases including: San Juan, Melbourne, Myrtle Beach, Cleveland, New York, Newark, and West Palm Beach, Spirit has remained a leader in the Ultra-Low Cost Airline category. 

In 2007 the first Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) signed between Spirit Airlines and Association of Flight Attendants (AFA) became amendable. However, those negotiations were suspended in June of 2008 as our most senior base, Detroit (DTW) Local 76 was downsized and flight attendants were offered an “Early Out” option. 

A very uncertain time turned into a very profitable opportunity allowing Spirit Airlines to go public on the NASDAQ in 2011 and open Las Vegas (LAS) and Dallas (DFW) crew bases in 2012 and Chicago (ORD) in 2013. Spirit is now trading on the New York Stock Exchange (SAVE).

For over 26 years, Spirit’s AFA has worked to improve the working conditions, benefits, and pay of Spirit Airlines Flight Attendants through collective bargaining and relentless advocacy.

Association of Flight Attendant (AFA) Issues


Call 855-534-1774 to tell your Senators 10 Hours Rest for Flight Attendants.

Flight Attendants can play a key role in the fight against human trafficking.

It’s the largest trade violation in history and directly impacts your future!

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