sPIRIT covid-19 updates & Resources
Latest Spirit Airlines AFA-CWA updates on COVID-19 and the aviation industry.
Spirit Afa-cwa updates
COVID-19 Plane Cleaners
June 22, 2020
April 11, 2020
We’re here for you and all of our families.
Tell Secretary Mnuchin: You Can't Leverage People!
April 1, 2020
The grants in the relief package provide paychecks for workers, not bailouts for airlines. These grants do one thing and one thing only: fund paychecks and benefits for two million hourly workers like flight attendants, pilots, gate agents, mechanics, the people who clean planes, cook the food, and help people through the airport.
April 2020 Schedules
April 1, 2020
The company has informed the AFA MEC Leadership earlier today that, due to the drawdown in flying announced for the remainder of April, every single pairing on our April schedules will be affected with a cancellation.
TAJ = Time Recoverable Refresher
March 31, 2020
With the number of tactical cancellations that the company is making in April; chances are that you or someone you know now has seen “TAJ” on a schedule. Let this newsletter serve as a review of how CBA section 8.N. is applied.
Jobs Saved But More to Do
March 27, 2020
Moments ago, the House of Representatives voted by voice to pass the CARES Act. This is historic both for our country and our industry. The bill will now go to the President for signing.
Reporting Symptoms and Adjusting During COVID19
- Symptoms of the corona virus
- Been exposed to someone who has symptoms
- Been exposed to someone who tested positive
- Has been tested (whether positive or negative)
- Has been told to self-quarantine by a medical doctor,CDC, Dept. of Health
URGENT: Tell Congress to Vote YES on H.R. 748
March 26, 2020
We built a relief package that is centered on Flight Attendants and other aviation workers. The Senate voted 96-0 for the CARES Act. The House of Representatives is set to vote on H.R. 748 tomorrow morning. The bill, which is part of the pandemic Stimulus response, has payroll grants that will save hundreds of thousands of jobs and will keep working people connected to our healthcare – especially important during this pandemic.