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"allied pilots association" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:45 min | 3 months ago

"allied pilots association" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Your phone. Just use the radio dot com app and tap on the heart to favorite K R l D already. So we said, if you're driving on E, That's not a good look. 10 80 Pump Watch is here to help If you're driving in Melissa, the Bucky's Off Central Expressway near Davis Road, they have a gallon of gas. For a dollar 59 out in Joshua Dollar 61 at the Exxon off a Broadway street and Cooper Lane dollars 69 4 worth at the Sams on Overton Ridge Boulevard near City Lake Boulevard and the current local averaging, nor Texas if your price shopping dollar 95. That means gas prices are up eight cents higher in just one week tens of thousands of layoffs coming for Fort Worth's American Airlines, some 40,000 airline workers or about 30% of the company. Workforce will have lost their jobs by October. 1st Karel de business analyst David Johnson says 12,500 employees have already voluntarily left the company. Now they're saying there'll be another 19,000 involuntary cut if there isn't some sort of extension to that $25 billion in US government stimulus funds that came in March and was Mitt cover payrolls and protect jobs. Greg Overman, with the Allied Pilots Association says they've been working closely with the airline to try to save Hobbs. Experts say that for every one job in the airline history that helps support as many as 13 other jobs outside the industry, so here in death W. With two major airlines reverse in there with the Economic impact the benefits of having a big airlines in your backyard just six months ago that American Airlines had over 140,000 employees. Austin York News Radio 10 80 Caroli. We'll check your traffic and weather together on the eighths up next. Plus, we also.

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"allied pilots association" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:35 min | 4 months ago

"allied pilots association" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"A 77 in Long Beach. And in Anaheim. It's 82 It's 3 37 There's a renewed call today for a federal mandate requiring masks on planes. Sure, most airlines say you have to wear a mask and there could be punishment if you don't. But a spokesman for the Allied Pilots Association, Dennis Taylor, says travelers don't always wear the face coverings like they should. And its problem. You see it drop down over the nose, so you might see it used. Is it more of a chin guard tells CNBC that right now there's what he calls a hodgepodge of rules, and he says it's infuriating. Because it doesn't have the federal mandate behind it. It makes it very difficult for us that force compliance. He challenges the heads of the FAA and the Transportation Department to fly with him to grab a middle seat so they can really see what's happening in the air. Fisher says strongly worded guidelines are no longer enough. Vicky more can extend 70 news radio the Senate's being pushed by House Democrats to pass the hero's acts to help those who are struggling during this pandemic. We need additional economic stimulus. We don't want to live to another great recession or heaven forbid a depression. That's why this economic stimulus factions packages so important. Orange County Democratic Congressman Lou Correa says people in his district having a tough time, especially with Disneyland still closed for a lot of people work. The bill passed the house in May. It's been sitting in the Senate, it would extend the extra $600 per week and unemployment checks, which is set to expire at the end of this month bill but also provide more help for small businesses. Republicans say the bill is unrealistic. Probably won't make it out of the Senate. Anyway. California could soon have a state run public bank..

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"allied pilots association" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast

Airplane Geeks Podcast

06:04 min | 5 months ago

"allied pilots association" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast

"American Airlines pilots. Union wants the government to buy middle seats. And this comes from the Allied Pilots Association of the APA. And they're her proposing in a white paper that the government by seats so that no passenger has to sit next to a stranger. Interesting concept, it'll have much in the way of legs, but interesting idea. Yeah. It sounds expensive to me. I'm not sure that the US to go for this <hes>, but certainly give them Kudos for trying <hes>. It sounds a little bit like <hes> another stimulus package, or you know perhaps a bailout, but you know they're. They're saying that they'd like to see the <hes> government by <hes>, some minimum number of seats at average twenty, nine thousand nine hundred fares well Gosh. That's that's a sweetheart deal. Especially when you figure, fares are probably less than half of what they were last year. I'm guessing. What what what have you seen? Miami Reconfirms Affairs? What I've seen a little bit of everything. Really although it's kind of hard to tell because a lot of times when I have to be position from one side of the country to another the travel department will <hes> obviously by this ticket on very short notice, and obviously those takes a bit more expensive so <hes>. <hes> but overall I have seen <hes> when I when I book my travel to be at the beginning of my patterns, <hes> I have a couple of days to kind of look around. See what works best and overall I have seen a an overall decrease in the prices. Of those of those tickets, but then again. <hes> I am no longer able to book anything direct from from Phoenix to Cincinnati. I have to sometimes <hes>. You know to change planes twice, which is unheard of just a few months ago there? There's still certain certainly tons of will. They used to be certain twin tons of direct flights on South West from Phoenix Cincinnatian an even American Airlines so. But now obviously having a change your airplanes. Once or twice, it's really really a pain, but up to answer. Your question is i. have seen prices go down. If you plan accordingly well there. There's the other solution is just have the airlines take out the middle seats. You'll lose weight. You Save Gas. You know and. Am I wrong I if you're paying somebody. If there were going to do it as current prices. It's probably better that everybody's interest just to take out the middle seats. You know and Just for the weight savings and the efficiency of it than it is to you know, try to have the government. You know. Is How much the middle see how much a middle seat is worth. To every airline, you know, 'cause a middle seat to South West is not the same as middle seat to. American or United? This is fine, but why don't we just? I don't know. We've all wanted. The middle seats eliminated anyway, so let's just eliminate the. Row IF YOU WANNA learn more about the as <hes> concept here. They came up with a great acronym. <hes> seats as he ats for the so at seats probably came first, and then the IT stands for safe essential air transportation seating and gave them a link to that, and in the show notes, and yeah, it is based on available seat. Miles by airline scaled to available seat miles. ASM's in two thousand nineteen, so they're they. They've come up with a calculation here. That tries to <hes> not give anyone airline an advantage, but certainly <hes> sure interested in learning more about this you can. You can check out their white paper. It's not hugely long or difficult to read. <hes> but the the executive summary simply states under seats this concept the government would purchase enough seats on each flight to eliminate the need for any passengers. Sit next to a stranger. Thanks to uniform social distancing passengers would be more would be encouraged to fly more here. Lines would be encouraged to operate more flights, and the government would ensure the preservation of critical transportation infrastructure and associated jobs, so partners wouldn't have sit next to each other. Kids would not have to be in in seats next strangers. A whole good thing. I think there is one problem with that I. Mean when you said I thought. Hey, that's a great idea. And I started thinking about any time I've seen. After the fact seats usually those three are all joined together I don't think you can just pull out the middle seat. Does anybody know for sure my recollection is? It's one unit well at <hes>. It's <hes>. It's quite common actually in Europe. When you fly Intra Europe. On on business class or quote unquote, business class. The first couple of roses seats will be will be your standard. Your standard three abreast you know the left hand the right. But the middle seat. The lumbar support of the middle seat actually falls down, and that becomes kind of like a little table between the two seats on the left, and on the right window and the aisle. So that's that's that's kind of one way of doing that. But to that point the whole social thing. I find it kind of interesting because it <hes>. Yeah, it's it's. It's one of those feel good. Thanks to hectic to have your seat, mate, you know once he depart from you and that's great and all that stuff, but at the end of the day. Airs being recirculated in. It's all the same pressurization and air conditioning system. Obviously you know running that air through filters and everything else and the introduction of some new air into the cabin, being tapped from the engines through the bleed air system, but at the end of the day you're opening the same air. Obviously like I said Oh precautions are taken and all that stuff, but it really does matter whether you're sitting on top of each other or not.

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Allied Pilots Association proposal for the government to buy middle seats

Airplane Geeks Podcast

06:04 min | 5 months ago

Allied Pilots Association proposal for the government to buy middle seats

"American Airlines pilots. Union wants the government to buy middle seats. And this comes from the Allied Pilots Association of the APA. And they're her proposing in a white paper that the government by seats so that no passenger has to sit next to a stranger. Interesting concept, it'll have much in the way of legs, but interesting idea. Yeah. It sounds expensive to me. I'm not sure that the US to go for this but certainly give them Kudos for trying It sounds a little bit like another stimulus package, or you know perhaps a bailout, but you know they're. They're saying that they'd like to see the government by some minimum number of seats at average twenty, nine thousand nine hundred fares well Gosh. That's that's a sweetheart deal. Especially when you figure, fares are probably less than half of what they were last year. I'm guessing. What what what have you seen? Miami Reconfirms Affairs? What I've seen a little bit of everything. Really although it's kind of hard to tell because a lot of times when I have to be position from one side of the country to another the travel department will obviously by this ticket on very short notice, and obviously those takes a bit more expensive so but overall I have seen when I when I book my travel to be at the beginning of my patterns, I have a couple of days to kind of look around. See what works best and overall I have seen a an overall decrease in the prices. Of those of those tickets, but then again. I am no longer able to book anything direct from from Phoenix to Cincinnati. I have to sometimes You know to change planes twice, which is unheard of just a few months ago there? There's still certain certainly tons of will. They used to be certain twin tons of direct flights on South West from Phoenix Cincinnatian an even American Airlines so. But now obviously having a change your airplanes. Once or twice, it's really really a pain, but up to answer. Your question is i. have seen prices go down. If you plan accordingly well there. There's the other solution is just have the airlines take out the middle seats. You'll lose weight. You Save Gas. You know and. Am I wrong I if you're paying somebody. If there were going to do it as current prices. It's probably better that everybody's interest just to take out the middle seats. You know and Just for the weight savings and the efficiency of it than it is to you know, try to have the government. You know. Is How much the middle see how much a middle seat is worth. To every airline, you know, 'cause a middle seat to South West is not the same as middle seat to. American or United? This is fine, but why don't we just? I don't know. We've all wanted. The middle seats eliminated anyway, so let's just eliminate the. Row IF YOU WANNA learn more about the as concept here. They came up with a great acronym. seats as he ats for the so at seats probably came first, and then the IT stands for safe essential air transportation seating and gave them a link to that, and in the show notes, and yeah, it is based on available seat. Miles by airline scaled to available seat miles. ASM's in two thousand nineteen, so they're they. They've come up with a calculation here. That tries to not give anyone airline an advantage, but certainly sure interested in learning more about this you can. You can check out their white paper. It's not hugely long or difficult to read. but the the executive summary simply states under seats this concept the government would purchase enough seats on each flight to eliminate the need for any passengers. Sit next to a stranger. Thanks to uniform social distancing passengers would be more would be encouraged to fly more here. Lines would be encouraged to operate more flights, and the government would ensure the preservation of critical transportation infrastructure and associated jobs, so partners wouldn't have sit next to each other. Kids would not have to be in in seats next strangers. A whole good thing. I think there is one problem with that I. Mean when you said I thought. Hey, that's a great idea. And I started thinking about any time I've seen. After the fact seats usually those three are all joined together I don't think you can just pull out the middle seat. Does anybody know for sure my recollection is? It's one unit well at It's It's quite common actually in Europe. When you fly Intra Europe. On on business class or quote unquote, business class. The first couple of roses seats will be will be your standard. Your standard three abreast you know the left hand the right. But the middle seat. The lumbar support of the middle seat actually falls down, and that becomes kind of like a little table between the two seats on the left, and on the right window and the aisle. So that's that's that's kind of one way of doing that. But to that point the whole social thing. I find it kind of interesting because it Yeah, it's it's. It's one of those feel good. Thanks to hectic to have your seat, mate, you know once he depart from you and that's great and all that stuff, but at the end of the day. Airs being recirculated in. It's all the same pressurization and air conditioning system. Obviously you know running that air through filters and everything else and the introduction of some new air into the cabin, being tapped from the engines through the bleed air system, but at the end of the day you're opening the same air. Obviously like I said Oh precautions are taken and all that stuff, but it really does matter whether you're sitting on top of each other or not.

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"allied pilots association" Discussed on AP News

AP News

13:49 min | 5 months ago

"allied pilots association" Discussed on AP News

"A group of airline pilots as an idea for creating social distancing on planes to get passengers to fly again during the pandemic the pilots union at American Airlines is proposing the government help airlines by buying up enough seats to allow passengers to have no one sitting next to them the allied pilots association says the empty seats would make people feel more comfortable about flying during the pandemic it would allow airlines to add more flights and help prevent layoffs in the aviation industry but there's a steep price tag nearly $2000000000 a month to pay for it empty seats to run the planes that 40 percent of last year's capacity air travel is picking up a bit about a 0.5000000 passengers a day but that's down 80 percent from last year's levels I'm Jackie Quinn

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AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 5 months ago

GNC files for Ch. 11 bankruptcy protection, Ugg in demand

"A group of airline pilots as an idea for creating social distancing on planes to get passengers to fly again during the pandemic the pilots union at American Airlines is proposing the government help airlines by buying up enough seats to allow passengers to have no one sitting next to them the allied pilots association says the empty seats would make people feel more comfortable about flying during the pandemic it would allow airlines to add more flights and help prevent layoffs in the aviation industry but there's a steep price tag nearly two billion dollars a month to pay for it empty seats to run the planes that forty percent of last year's capacity air travel is picking up a bit about a half a million passengers a day but that's down eighty percent from last year's levels I'm Jackie Quinn

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"allied pilots association" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:46 min | 10 months ago

"allied pilots association" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Ten oh three I'm Gerry Hotchkiss on newsradio ten eighty K. R. LD American Airlines is now suspending all flights to and from China because of the corona virus outbreak care oldies Andrew Greenstein says the flights are suspended through March twenty seven it comes after the state department increased the China travel advisory to a level four or do not travel Billy son as with go flying more dot com says while the move was done out of the safety of the flying public it will have a profound impact on business in North Texas and around the world it's going to affect them because it's not only restraining transportation but also the other part is it's restraining cargo flights just yesterday the allied pilots association sued the fort worth based airline asking that the airline be forced to hold service to China where the corona viruses killed one hundred and seventy and sickened more than seventy seven hundred Andrew Greenstein newsradio ten eighty K. R. LD you know it's one of the fastest growing communities in North Texas and now the challenges how this community is going to handle that growth care oldies Austin York has more for us the population of McKinney has increased more than two hundred fifty nine percent during the last twenty years sitting at over a hundred ninety five thousand today McKinney city manager Paul Grimes says the increase has been amazing this year run paste issue fifteen the seventeen hundred residential housing minutes which is remarkable in its own right just a couple years ago we did about twenty five hundred I mean that's it's really incredible four percent growth year after year after year this is the key to handling this rapid growth while preserving the city's unique character is to work with creative an enthusiastic developers share the community's goals by twenty forty McKinney's population is expected to grow by another one hundred thousand residents to roughly two hundred eighty four thousand according to estimates Austin York news radio ten eighty carefully the traffic and weather center couple actions to report right now he's phone nine thirty just before you get to Beckley an accident just reporting so use caution if you're approaching there also northbound highway sixty seven a case that's been there for a while you'll probably minimize any delays you encounter if you'll stay to the right approach in that area also if you're in grapevine state highway one twenty one on most of that is shut down at international parkway at bass pro drive and then highway twenty four ninety nine look for the sign age and be prepared for delays in that area Carol the weather center mostly clear tonight with a low somewhere in the neighborhood of thirty six degrees later on tomorrow sunny high.

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American Airlines Suspends China Travel Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:51 sec | 10 months ago

American Airlines Suspends China Travel Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

"B. S. American Airlines suspending all flights to and from China because of the coronavirus outbreak KRLD is Andrew Greenstein says those flights are suspended at least for March twenty seventh it comes after the state department increased the China travel advisory to a level four or do not travel Billy son as with go flying more dot com says while the move was done out of the safety of the flying public it will have a profound impact on business in North Texas and around the world it's going to affect them because it's not only the restraining transportation but also the other part is it's restraining cargo flights just yesterday the allied pilots association sued the fort worth based airline asking that the airline be forced to hold service the China where the corona viruses killed one hundred and seventy and sickened more than seventy seven

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Pilots, flight attendants demand flights to China stop as virus fear mounts worldwide

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:24 sec | 10 months ago

Pilots, flight attendants demand flights to China stop as virus fear mounts worldwide

"Impacted delta now announcing it will suspend its remaining service to and from China next month as the spread of the coronavirus hurts demand to China for airlines around the world in fact American Airlines pilots of Dow sue their company to make it stop all flights to China immediately because of the corona virus outbreak the allied pilots association which represents Americans fifteen thousand pilots asking of court in Dallas fort injunction to halt the flights

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"allied pilots association" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:47 min | 10 months ago

"allied pilots association" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Back on their flights to China because of fewer bookings during the corona virus outbreak but the union that represents American Airlines pilots he's now suing American to stop all flights to China the allied pilots association represents about fifteen thousand American Airlines pilots it's asking for a temporary restraining order to stop American flights between the US and China the union is telling its pilots to decline assignments to fly to China I like stone ABC news American by the way is the largest carrier at sky harbor airport three thirty two let's get to deter Dan now in the valley should be dealers traffic center who's got the little bitty site info here yeah they're good news here on this record the tool to read on freeway never Clint talk had been blocking the HOV lane that Rick is now off right to preserve traffic break Kenneth stood you up for a moment but you are now good to go with all lanes open in the crash moved off right U. S. sixty west about the you know what that's like you've got a couple of those westbound sixty a priest a wreck off right and a record of the westbound sixty back at Stapley that's off left at the right time for the sixty could be worse thirty one minutes signal Butte to the ten the ten Bucks recover there's only twelve minutes on it from the Santander the seventeens worth but you are getting a fourteen minute ride on that read not freeway from the one one price to the fifty one northbound one a one that's now thirty three minutes and continuing to improve from the sands and north up the Frank Lloyd Wright Boulevard this driver to port right you buy break masters you can schedule an appointment and book it the same day online a break masters dot com break Matthews is your complete automotive care specialist break masters they'll give you an honest break the third and get your and as high pressure builds in bringing dry and warmer conditions through the weekend will reach seventy two for high today seventy six on Saturday and seventy seven on Sunday morning lows will fall into the forties each day then our.

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"allied pilots association" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:08 min | 10 months ago

"allied pilots association" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Of the biggest airline in the country are now suing to stop flights to China American United and delta airlines of all cut back on their flights to China because of fewer bookings during the corona virus outbreak but the union that represents American Airlines pilots she's now suing American to stop all flights to China the allied pilots association represents about fifteen thousand American Airlines pilots it's asking for a temporary restraining order to stop American flights between the US and China the union is telling its pilots to decline assignments to fly to China I like stone ET seed in American by the way is the largest carrier at sky harbor airport thank you Jamie and right now let's get detour Dan who's in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center with the update on the northbound one oh one in the east valley yeah it's not good you know the earlier when we had that vehicle fire it was fully in golf we went to two lanes blocked north power will want to Broadway and even though the fire has been extinguished the the wreckage has been removed and all lanes reopened now we have a new crash north about one oh one at baseline on a day where there's everybody heading to the T. P. C. and it's rush hour you can't have those things happen all on the same freeway we are now looking at a one hour ride northbound one oh one from the Santander worth up to Frank Lloyd Wright Boulevard and the majority of all of those minutes are just trying to get to the to to read not freeway if I would recommend another route other than the one on one price you get there everything is just crawling up through Broadway from whether state is on the right side of the freeway from the vehicle fire we're also looking at a twenty nine minute ride on the sixty westbound signal due to the tent things are starting to pick up for you to seventeen minutes on the ten westbound from the tool to Santander the seventeen split this traffic report right you by Arizona State University bring your spirit of adventure to issues open door and discover why a S. use the nation's most innovative university ASU west campus this Saturday from one to five featured and get your is high pressure builds in bringing dry and warmer conditions to the weekend will reach seventy two for high today seventy six on Saturday and seventy seven on Sunday morning lows will fall into the forties each day then our.

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"allied pilots association" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

04:39 min | 10 months ago

"allied pilots association" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"By Best Buy windows and siding the allied pilots association is going to court they're trying to stop American Airlines from continuing flights to and from China check the case says the union representing the pilots says they are worried about it and it's got the pilots on edge the union went to court in Dallas asking for a temporary and immediate restraining order halting flights to China American Airlines currently operates about fifty six monthly flights between Dallas fort worth and Chinese airports although some were already canceled due to decline in demand the union also told American Airlines pilots to decline any assignments to operate flights between the United States and China Chief Justice John Roberts has declined to read an impeachment trial question earlier this evening by senator rand Paul about the intelligence community whistleblower whose complaint letter the probe of president trump now Paul who's over Kentucky Republican says he thanks a whistleblower may have conspired with house aids in writing the August complaint that eventually sparked the house probe as transom patron trial continue today the Chief Justice read the question to himself when he declined to read the question I submitted earlier Roberts staff communicated to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell staff the Roberts didn't want to read the whistle blowers name during the proceeding and as all it's going on president trump is holding a rally tonight in des Moines Iowa a civil lawsuit against the Catholic diocese of Dallas was filed today claiming the church didn't do enough to protect the girl from a former priest Richard brown the suit alleges that brown repeatedly raped an eight year old girl in the early nineteen eighties after Sunday school at the Holy Family of Nazareth church in Irving the lawsuit claims the diesis Catholic diocese of Dallas knew that brown psychosexual disorder rendered him unfit for a position of trust and confidence the Dyson said this week it had encouraged police to arrest him and it denies it had been trying to hide anything Texas business closing numbers on Wall Street the Dow closed up one twenty five nasdaq was up by twenty four points and the S. and P. five hundred was up by ten right now it is forty three degrees in downtown Dallas from the W. B. A. P. newsdesk hi Mickey breaks your next update will be at eight thirty twenty four seven coverage is that W. B. A. P. dot com this is the news and told them to twenty eight and ninety nine five and then the city to start date to what a day today is and has been the questions are still going on in the impeachment trial today's the last day with the questions and tomorrow they will have four hours of debate four hours of debate tomorrow and then they're going to take a vote I actually think the debate is going to be awesome I think the sparks are gonna fly the first gonna fly but we had a lot of for flying today and boy have I got the audio to prove it but T. the first thing is to answer the call the queers chin as to why aid would say to answer the question I will there be witnesses I will say right now no way in heck you never know but no way in heck the Democrats want you to believe that they want witnesses so they can turn around and use it against the Republicans say very we know fair trial no no real draw sure I honestly think that only little old Mitt Romney mittens is the only one that's going to be a Republican to vote for witnesses or to impeached little all mittens all by themselves mittens Romney his little hate filled there's even Republicans seeking their pass legislation in Utah the recall senator which is pretty amazing but we'll get we'll get.

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Allied Pilots Association Files Suit To Stop American Airlines’ Flights To China

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:48 sec | 10 months ago

Allied Pilots Association Files Suit To Stop American Airlines’ Flights To China

"Jen American Airlines pilots want American to stop IT service to China the allied pilots association and its fifteen thousand pilots they represent have filed a suit in Dallas citing serious and in many ways still unknown health threats posed by corona virus they want to court to give them a temporary and immediate restraining order halting the flights as the virus spreads captain Dennis stagers says the pilot's hands were forced everything that Americans been doing up to this point and other US carriers they're all commercial decisions to do less people flying to China so that we do service but it finally for us cross the line work became the safety decision and the speed at which American could work was just not satisfying American says they're aware of the Sudan is taking all necessary precautions for our customers and team

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American Airlines pilots demand compensation over Boeing 737 MAX grounding

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:23 sec | 1 year ago

American Airlines pilots demand compensation over Boeing 737 MAX grounding

"Airlines pilots demanding compensation for lost pay from flights canceled due to the grounding of the seven thirty seven Max the allied pilots association tells ABC news the effect has been real on pilots American pilots want a promise from the airline similar to one made by southwest to their employees will get a share of any reimbursement sent by Boeing for the grounding ABC's

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FAA Officials To Meet With Airlines And Pilots To Discuss Boeing 737 Max

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:28 min | 1 year ago

FAA Officials To Meet With Airlines And Pilots To Discuss Boeing 737 Max

"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from CFA society, Washington DC, you've worked hard to grow your wealth. Make sure you're working with a wealth manager who has grown with you work with a CF HR holder. Learn more at the right question dot org. Here in Washington today. The Federal Aviation Administration is going to meet with airlines and pilots to talk about the troubled Boeing, seven thirty seven max airplanes, the planes are still grounded worldwide after crashes in Indonesia and THEO Pia killed almost three hundred and fifty people as NPR's Russell Lewis reports these talks come as Boeing says it's close to finishing a software update. The may allow the jets to start flying again when the seven thirty seven max entered service in twenty seventeen it had a new safety feature. The plane would sense if it was close to entering an era dynamic stall enforced the jets nose down. But it would do it without any commands from the pilots. That software called 'em Cass played a part in the two accidents. Dennis tater flies, the seven thirty seven for American Airlines and his spokesman of the Allied Pilots Association. We believe it was manageable. But you had to know what was going on. But we're learning more since the the opionion crash about just how. How aggressive this system was pilots of both doomed airplanes struggled to pull up before. Crashing in a simulated flight of a different version of the seven thirty seven a crew demonstrates how difficult it is to control an aircraft when it wants to fly pitched down. Three hundred bucks. Now binding. Struggling to keep this aircraft flying. The pilots in this simulation. Wrestle the plane for several minutes before they eventually gained control. Boeing says it has reprogrammed software on the seven thirty seven max to prevent it from using eroneous dated a trigger the M S anti stall system. Here's CEO Dennis Muilenburg speaking yesterday, we're taking a comprehensive disciplined approach and taking the time to make sure that we get it right Mullen. Berg says the company's test pilots have flown ninety six flights with this. Updated software and more are scheduled in the next few weeks yet, we know we can always be better. And these recent accidents have intensified our commitment to continuous improvement as we design build and support the safest airplanes in the sky that may be a long process near Jane teaches mechanical engineering at Purdue University. She's not involved with a software redesign, but says Boeing's challenges it needs to re engineer it systems. So pilots can have confidence and trust in the plains automation. We have to do a better and better job of than figuring out how to design those systems in a new way. So that they don't just technically correct things. But that they are also for lack of better word than being transparent to the human. And that's a piece that I think this is certainly a strong signal that there's a lot more that we have to do the FAA's meeting today is with executives and pilots of the three US airlines that fly the seven thirty seven max southwest United and American the agency says it wants to hear their concerns before it decides. When to return the max to service, Russell Lewis NPR news.

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Allied Pilots Association, Boeing And FAA discussed on KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Allied Pilots Association, Boeing And FAA discussed on KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

"Of that committee. The two crashes of the 737 max eight. Focused attention under how those planes got certified and the way the FAA farmed responsibility to Boeing to police itself. The new committee will look at those procedures and members of the Allied Pilots Association will be apart. Gregg, Overman says the pilots are uniquely qualified to sit on a committee that will have an impact on planes around the world. This is information that that will be shared worldwide with all operators of the seven thirty seven max, then jet remains grounded at a cost to the airlines southwest, which has thirty four max grounded lost one hundred and fifty million dollars in revenue during

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Air Travelers And Workers May Feel Government Shutdown Effects

NPR's Business Story of the Day

05:10 min | 2 years ago

Air Travelers And Workers May Feel Government Shutdown Effects

"Air travelers are used to flight delays and cancellations because of the weather maybe mechanical problems. Well, it soon might be the partial government shutdown that is disrupting travel new planes are not being certified to fly security screeners and air traffic controllers are working unpaid. Here's more from NPR's, David Schaper in Chicago. I'm here Chicago's O'Hare airport. Standing next to one of the large CT eighty scanners. It's essentially a CAT scanner for your checked luggage. And the TSA officers who operate this machine. They're here at work lifting the heavy and sometimes odd shaped and overstuffed bags onto the conveyor belt to go through the machine. Even though come this Friday, if the shutdown continues, they won't get paid. And that presents a severe financial hardship for many of these officers. I've been here sixteen years. Plus, I am a single mom Christine vitality. The security screener at O'Hare with a in college. And she's trying to figure out how she'll pay his tuition, and I. Just bought a house. I'm not going to pay my mortgage a lot of the office. They live paycheck to paycheck. Janice, Casey is president of the union local representing TSA employees in Chicago. And she notes that are among the lowest paid federal employee. Some average thirty six to forty three thousand dollars a year, but start only in the mid twenties and for some TSA workers in their families, the situation could get dire rather quickly. There's no check on the twenty six I have no idea what we're gonna do thirty six year old. You Cindy's husband is a TSA officer in Portland, we're not using your last name because she fears. He could be fired. They have two kids a six month old girl in a boy turning four of the end of this month. Yes. Into says, they are planning to buy a few presents and decorations to celebrate. But now, they can't Iran's. Do the electric Bill is to our cell phones are now passed to you soon to says her husband's hiring by the TSA three years ago helped lift the family out of poverty. Now, she fears. The shutdown. We'll set them back and scared, and I'm trying to be okay. 'cause I can't be out everyday from like heavy stressed out. Because it affects how parents you know, my husband's stressed out to and you had to go to work and deal with it at work. And you know, he knows he's working for free, which is ridiculous. More ridiculous agenda says that he came home the other day with instructions on how to file for unemployment while he still working forty hours a week. And the situation is not much better for higher paid essential government workers like air traffic controllers at the very high stretch job. And you need to be on your game at all times mic divine is with the national air traffic controllers association in Boston. He says the shutdown is forcing controllers to make tough financial decisions and weighs on them heavily. There is a concern that has this goes on that the human factors aspects of this shutdown will take a toll on the psyche and the concentration level of our members. And they do the best job that they can't eat every day. Nearly twenty percent of the F as ten thousand air traffic controllers are eligible to retire and union leaders say some might do that rather than continue to work during the shutdown. There are also concerns that many of the nation's fifty one thousand TSA employees. Will quit and find work. Elsewhere rather than continue to work without pay already a greater number than usual. Been calling in sick and only some FAA safety. Inspectors are working right now. We're starting to see the beginning. Tremors of a situation will only get worse over time. Captain Dennis tasers pilot for American Airlines at a spokesman for the Allied Pilots Association. He says many planes are not being inspected and pilot training is not being certified we are able to maintain a margin of safety and security. But everyday another player is pulled off the field in a comes some point where the game cannot be played properly back in O'Hare air, travelers are expressing concerns to here's Erica west guard of Indian land, Florida, if TSA's affected in lines get longer work could get sloppier. They might not be checking things as well. And that's always a concern for safety. But Ray Ortiz. Who just arrived on a business trip? From New York says he hasn't seen any ill effects from the shutdown yet I flew out of JFK today. Like, I actually showed up early because I thought the wait times might might be very long, but it was actually really short today. Nonetheless, Ortiz and other air travelers and industry insiders worried that as the shutdown continues. There could be a tipping point where safety and security could be compromised. We're operations could slow in a commercial aviation system. Already plagued by delays. David Schaper, NPR news, Chicago.

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TSA, Officer And Chicago discussed on NPR's Business Story of the Day

NPR's Business Story of the Day

05:10 min | 2 years ago

TSA, Officer And Chicago discussed on NPR's Business Story of the Day

"Air travelers are used to flight delays and cancellations because of the weather maybe mechanical problems. Well, it soon might be the partial government shutdown that is disrupting travel new planes are not being certified to fly security screeners and air traffic controllers are working unpaid. Here's more from NPR's, David Schaper in Chicago. I'm here Chicago's O'Hare airport. Standing next to one of the large CT eighty scanners. It's essentially a CAT scanner for your checked luggage. And the TSA officers who operate this machine. They're here at work lifting the heavy and sometimes odd shaped and overstuffed bags onto the conveyor belt to go through the machine. Even though come this Friday, if the shutdown continues, they won't get paid. And that presents a severe financial hardship for many of these officers. I've been here sixteen years. Plus, I am a single mom Christine vitality. The security screener at O'Hare with a in college. And she's trying to figure out how she'll pay his tuition, and I. Just bought a house. I'm not going to pay my mortgage a lot of the office. They live paycheck to paycheck. Janice, Casey is president of the union local representing TSA employees in Chicago. And she notes that are among the lowest paid federal employee. Some average thirty six to forty three thousand dollars a year, but start only in the mid twenties and for some TSA workers in their families, the situation could get dire rather quickly. There's no check on the twenty six I have no idea what we're gonna do thirty six year old. You Cindy's husband is a TSA officer in Portland, we're not using your last name because she fears. He could be fired. They have two kids a six month old girl in a boy turning four of the end of this month. Yes. Into says, they are planning to buy a few presents and decorations to celebrate. But now, they can't Iran's. Do the electric Bill is to our cell phones are now passed to you soon to says her husband's hiring by the TSA three years ago helped lift the family out of poverty. Now, she fears. The shutdown. We'll set them back and scared, and I'm trying to be okay. 'cause I can't be out everyday from like heavy stressed out. Because it affects how parents you know, my husband's stressed out to and you had to go to work and deal with it at work. And you know, he knows he's working for free, which is ridiculous. More ridiculous agenda says that he came home the other day with instructions on how to file for unemployment while he still working forty hours a week. And the situation is not much better for higher paid essential government workers like air traffic controllers at the very high stretch job. And you need to be on your game at all times mic divine is with the national air traffic controllers association in Boston. He says the shutdown is forcing controllers to make tough financial decisions and weighs on them heavily. There is a concern that has this goes on that the human factors aspects of this shutdown will take a toll on the psyche and the concentration level of our members. And they do the best job that they can't eat every day. Nearly twenty percent of the F as ten thousand air traffic controllers are eligible to retire and union leaders say some might do that rather than continue to work during the shutdown. There are also concerns that many of the nation's fifty one thousand TSA employees. Will quit and find work. Elsewhere rather than continue to work without pay already a greater number than usual. Been calling in sick and only some FAA safety. Inspectors are working right now. We're starting to see the beginning. Tremors of a situation will only get worse over time. Captain Dennis tasers pilot for American Airlines at a spokesman for the Allied Pilots Association. He says many planes are not being inspected and pilot training is not being certified we are able to maintain a margin of safety and security. But everyday another player is pulled off the field in a comes some point where the game cannot be played properly back in O'Hare air, travelers are expressing concerns to here's Erica west guard of Indian land, Florida, if TSA's affected in lines get longer work could get sloppier. They might not be checking things as well. And that's always a concern for safety. But Ray Ortiz. Who just arrived on a business trip? From New York says he hasn't seen any ill effects from the shutdown yet I flew out of JFK today. Like, I actually showed up early because I thought the wait times might might be very long, but it was actually really short today. Nonetheless, Ortiz and other air travelers and industry insiders worried that as the shutdown continues. There could be a tipping point where safety and security could be compromised. We're operations could slow in a commercial aviation system. Already plagued by delays. David Schaper, NPR news, Chicago.

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American Airlines pilots seek new contract negotiations

Mark Levin

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

American Airlines pilots seek new contract negotiations

"Hospital union leaders, say pilots will push American Airlines for more money and schedule changes. They say will reduce flight delays. Daniel Carey, president of the Allied Pilots Association. So that the pilots will seek industry leading wages when their current contract is due for renewal in January of twenty twenty. They're working under a twenty fifteen contract that granted an immediate Twenty-three percent pay raise plus three percent. Each year in two thousand seventeen American gave pilots and flight attendants. Additional pay raises the total close to one billion dollars. An angered

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"allied pilots association" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"allied pilots association" Discussed on KCRW

"When designing new versions of airplanes manufacturers like Boeing wanna keep many elements is similar to the previous model as possible. Kerm analogy purposes of training in just ease of operations for the airlines Richard Appalachian aviation industry. Analyst with the teal group says that helps airlines keep costs down. So Boeing plays up the similarities in sales pitches for the newest version of the seven thirty seven the max. But there is one critical difference in the max that pilots and American South west. And other airlines say they were never told about a new automated flight control system. We have no idea. None whatsoever. Captain. Dennis pager flies seven thirty sevens. For American Airlines. It is spokesman for the Allied Pilots Association. He says pilots were not informed until shortly after a seven thirty seven max operated by lion air nose-dived into the Java sea Tober twenty nine killing all one hundred eighty nine people on board Indonesian crash. Investigators say it appears that a sensor on the plane falsely reported that the nose was too high and the plane was stalling even though. Was not the flight control system manically pointed the plane down a corrective action that was not needed. Investigators cannot say yet if that's what caused the crash, but Boeing immediately issued a safety bulletin about. How to regain control of such a dangerous event occurs. 737 pilot Dennis devastator calls that situation both professionally and ethically. Insulting shakes the trust. You have in the manufacturer. Why would we told about this? I understand where the pilots are coming from again aviation industry. Analyst Richard Appalachia looks like a an error of omission. Boeing does not acknowledge any such omission of critical safety information from it's seven thirty seven max training manuals. In a statement spokesman says the two urgent updates sent out since the lion aircrash reemphasize existing procedures. David Schaper, NPR news, Chicago, take a look at a map of Asia. And you will see that Pakistan shares a border with western China. The two countries have cultivated friendly relations, and in some cases, friendly personal relations, many Pakistani men have traveled to China for business. They've met women in the weaker region married and settled down these husbands say they're wiser being detained inside Xinjiang province as part of the wider crackdown on weekends. And it's tearing their families apart. NPR's Diaa Hadid reports from his lawn bought near stands outside the ministry of foreign affairs in Islamabad. His one of half a dozen men.

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"allied pilots association" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"allied pilots association" Discussed on KCRW

"When designing new versions of airplanes manufacturers like Boeing wanna keep many elements is similar to the previous model is possible. Commonality purposes of training and just ease of operations for the airlines Richard Appalachian aviation industry. Analyst with the teal group says that helps airlines keep costs down. So Boeing plays up the similarities in sales pitches for the newest version of the seven thirty seven the max. But there is one critical difference in the max that pilots and American South west. And other airlines say they were never told about a new automated flight control system. We had no idea. None whatsoever. Captain Dennis pager flies seven thirty sevens. For American Airlines at his spokesman for the Allied Pilots Association. He says pilots were not informed until shortly after seven thirty seven max operated by lion air nose-dived into the Java sea, October twenty ninth killing all one hundred eighty nine people on board Indonesian crash. Investigators say it appears that a sensor on the plane falsely reported that the nose was too high and the plane was stalling even though. Not the flight control system automatically pointed the plane down a corrective action that was not needed. Investigators cannot say yet if that's what caused the crash, but Boeing immediately issued a safety bulletin about. How to regain control of such a dangerous event occurs. 737 pilot. Dennis your calls that situation both professionally and ethically. Insulting shakes the trust. You have in the manufacturer. Why would we told about this? I understand where the pilots are coming from again aviation industry. Analyst Richard Appalachia looks like a an error of never mission. Boeing does not acknowledge any such omission of critical safety information from it's seven thirty seven max training manuals. In a statement. A spokesman says the two urgent updates and out since the lion. Aircrash reemphasize existing procedures. David Schaper, NPR news, Chicago, take a look at a map of Asia. And you will see that Pakistan shares a border with western China. The two. The countries have cultivated friendly relations, and in some cases, friendly personal relations, many Pakistani men have traveled to China for business. They've met women in the weaker region married and settled down and these husbands say their wives are being detained inside Xinjiang province as part of the wider crackdown on weaker which is tearing their families apart. NPR's Diaa Hadid reports from his lot about near stands outside the ministry of foreign affairs in Islamabad. His one of half a dozen men.

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"allied pilots association" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"allied pilots association" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"The new and wondering stephanie long arm in hawaii news now you always source for breaking news mexico police say the gunman who killed two students at a high school polls as a student to get on campus authorities and aztec identified the gunman as 21yearold william atcheson he was a former students at aztech high school but did not graduate from there they say addison walked up and down the hall wave firing randomly 18yearold francisco fernandez and 17yearold casey jordan marquez were killed investigators say the attack was planned they found details on a thumb drive now to a race against time to save two people trapped in a burning car nothing the responding officers are good samaritans tried to do seem to work until they gave it one last shot martin savage shows us what they were all up against this bodycam video shows the jesper determination of atlanta police trying to say to people trapped in a flaming wreck the doors of the car or jammed a fire extinguisher fails to douse the fire an officer michaels gilman's baton is just bouncing off the windows everyone knows those inside our moments from a horrible death for me what are the most dramatic scenes out of been on bush huat c we realized this was really will had an egg the fire department is on the way they're just minutes out only there aren't minutes left so i was i was really like realises get a mile solely who won't below lowered footage apply opened the doors officers can only try to keep the flames under control of your fire teams get there i feel i mop icing so bruin out instantly the men never back off or give up motivated by the district who if the traffic center mr terrified hey screaming you know helped me please i don't want to the main discount a rough at times language they even jordan urges water for the judge stored in their case vehicles under the burning car but that was key because you bought time near sir in fact you bought just enough just enough time firefighters ovalles they put out the flames and pre the driver a passenger who survive thanks to some determined atlanta police officers who even after reaching the limits of everything they had went beyond the call tom how close call in looks like a pilot scheduling glitches going to cost american airlines about ten million dollars last week the allied pilots association revealed that thousands of holiday flights were without pilots because apparently too many employees got time.

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"allied pilots association" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"allied pilots association" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"We have more reserve pilots on hand in december than normal months and they provide us with the ability to flying many of the trips that are currently uncovered spokesman matt miller said we have not cancelled any scheduled flights in december and we'll continue to work to ensure both our pilots in our customers are cared for however the pilot's union and cast doubt on the carriers numbers the allied pilots association is able to view and realtime december flight crew assignments for american airlines on says quote in fact thousands of flights are still listed as unassigned american has the tense relationship with its pilots union the group on tuesday filed a grievance against management four quote improperly restricting the ability to earn extra pay on some trips and has been vocal about its concerns regarding americans willingness to work collaboratively to resolve the issue from the americas one youth sports desk i'm carlos martinez we start in the nfl where the vikings beat the falcons fourteen tonight minnesota's win streak now at eight games patriots over the bills 23 to three new england reclaimed the top spot in the afc conference after they win their eighth straight fortynine irs a dramatic fifteen two four win over the bears packers win in overtime twenty six the twenty over the buccaneers titans 24 texans thirteen tennessee retain their spot atop the afc south division dolphins 35 broncos nine jets beat the chiefs thirty eight to thirty one jaguars thirty colts 10 jacksonville looks destined for their first playoff berth since two thousand seven ravens forty four lines twenty charges over the browns nineteen to ten waiters 24 giants seventeen huge win for the saints thirty one to twenty one over the panthers ramps thirty two to sixteen over the cardinals la ensures their first winning seasons since two thousand three the seahawks beat.

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"allied pilots association" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"allied pilots association" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"We have more reserve pilots on hand in december than normal months and they provide us with the ability to fly in many of the troops that are currently uncovered spokesman math miller said we of not cancelled any scheduled flights in december and we'll continue to work to ensure both our pilots in our customers are cared for however the pilot's union in cast doubt paul the carriers numbers the allied pilots association is able to view in real time december flight crew assignments for american airlines on says quote in fact thousands of flights are still listed as unassigned american has the tense relationship with its pilots union group on tuesday filed a grievance against management four quote improperly restricting the ability to earn extra pay on some troops and has been vocal about its concerns regarding americans willingness to work collaborative lead to resolve the issue from the americas warning use sports desk i'm carlos martinez we start in the nfl will the vikings beat the falcons fourteen the tonight minnesota's one street now at eight games patriots over the bills 23 to three new england reclaimed the top spot in the afc conference after they win bear eighth straight 49 ers a dramatic fifteen two four win over the bears becker's win in overtime twenty six the twenty over the buccaneers titans 24 texans thirteen tennessee retain their spot atop the afc south division dolphins 35 broncos nine jets beat the chiefs thirty to thirty one jaguars thirty colts 10 jacksonville looks destined for their first playoff berth since two thousand seven ravens fortyfour lines twenty charges over the browns nineteen to ten waiters 24 giants seventeen huge win for the saints thirty one to twenty one or the panthers grams thirty.

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"allied pilots association" Discussed on WINS 1010

WINS 1010

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"allied pilots association" Discussed on WINS 1010

"The busy travel season no pilot roger sturm with more from jfk the mistake hezbollah will passengers i guess that's pretty poor planning that sounds like it's going to be quite an issue for travellers trying to get home to their families the union says it was a computer glitch which gave pilots the days off without a replacement scheduled american is offering time and a half for crew members to return to the cockpit's but dennis taseer of the allied pilots association says noted that however they will try to work something out center require a partnership in figuring out how we get those over fifteen thousand flights man with capitalism first officers american says it will get those flights into the year rochester intended wins it jfk wins news time nine forty nine the senate expected to vote on me gop tax reform bill before the end of the day tomorrow in missouri in front of a large crowd president trump worked to sell the gop tax reform plan moving full steam ahead in the senate critics point two independent analysis that says the bill will raise taxes for the poor and give big tax cuts to the wealthy like the president who disagrees with that assessment vote to cut taxes is a vote to put america first several senate republicans have not committed but it looks like they may have the numbers to get the tax reform plan past and the president was up and tweeting this morning has you may expect this one quote failing new york times the pipe organ for the democratic party has become a virtual lobbyist for them with regard to our massive tax cut bill mayor wrong so often met now i know we have a winner that's from donald trump this morning wins news time nine fifty their bullets flying in patterson's first ward last night a confrontation between two cops and three armed suspects lease one of the cops had to fire his gun nobody hurt were told happened about five pm head north fifth in jefferson streets now the initial report was at a juvenile may have pulled a gun on the cops they're waiting for an update from the per se county prosecutor this morning cloudy now forty one with some sun out later and up to fifty three news time nine fifty one over to the dodge traffic center gamma greg rifle to wrap up at nine o'clock hour by telling you how bad.

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"allied pilots association" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"allied pilots association" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"The holidays may have a problem american has a pilot problem that could lead to the cancellation of thousands of flights kyw tim hermanez live from philly international with the story tim albright in american airlines says there was a scheduling glitch too many pilots were given off during the holidays basically pilot requested off just got it american which is the largest airline had phil says is trying to avoid cancer relations and that's offering pilots time and a half to come in on those days but the union the allied pilots association says not so fast spokesman spokesman captain denis pager says they need to work out some kind of deal we're going to have to get creative and figuring out how we get those over fifteen thousand flights man with the capital first off here the union is saying 15000 flights could be affected but the airline did not give an official number reporting live from philly international tim jimenez kyw news radio kyw news time 534 in washington republicans now another step closer to passing their tax plan to the senate foreign along party lines yesterday to begin formal debate setting up a possible vote by the end of the week now republicans can only afford to lose two votes if they want to score this legislative victory and send the measure to the president by christmas with the dow closing it yet another record high the president says the time for tax reform has arrived look what's happening with our markets people get it senate leader seem to wrap up to paid and pass their version of the package this week in missouri mr trump said he doesn't want to wait any longer i would say to it now we're ready leaders continue twisting arms to secure fifty votes for passage even as democrats argue the package will grow the debt and raise taxes for many in the middle class steven portnoy cbs news the white house combo philadelphia neighborhood comes together to remember a homeless man who was beaten to death on their streets kyw justin noodle reports police are still looking for the people responsible for his death fiftysevenyearold kevin colin died sunday after police 85 teenagers ruthlessly pummel him on lauren look streets in the may first section of northeast philadelphia and i wish there was more that could have been done grand said it something like this never wouldn't even happened talent on wednesday evening a few dozen friends neighbours and family including kevin's niece kaitlan gathered at.

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"allied pilots association" Discussed on WINS 1010

WINS 1010

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"allied pilots association" Discussed on WINS 1010

"The pilot's union says there was a glitch in american scheduling computer and now there are fifteen thousand flights in the second half of december that are at least one pilots short not a good thing for salvi kumar reina was a flight to canada on the twentysecond okay american says it will find the pilots turned off from them one and a half times their normal salary to work certain flights but the union says they can't do that his taseer the allied pilots association we're going to have to get creative centre require a partnership in figuring out how we get those over fifteen thousand flights manned with happens in first officers but there is no agreement on how to do that rochester intent headwinds live at jfk wins news time 507 president trump and british prime minister theresa may or not seeing eyetoeye on some videos with president re tweeted kenneth moton that has more may cold our president trump for retweeting a string of antimuslim videos they were originally posted by your friends anti islam ultranationalists british political group may's office condemned the president in the group you've seen it seeks to divide communities pedals why stoked tensions trump fire by tweeting quote theresa may dople gets on me focus on the destructive radical islamic terrorism that is taking place within the united kingdom emma quote and white house press secretary sarah sanders was asked why the president tweeted us suspected fake video of a muslim committing violence whether it's a real video the threat is real and that is what the president is talking about that's what the president is focused on dealing with those real threats and those are real no matter how you look at it president meets today with the crown prince of rain and tonight he in the first lady will take party in the lighting of the.

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"allied pilots association" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"allied pilots association" Discussed on WJR 760

"For the service in warren ken rogulski wjr news southland's flights on american airlines do not yet have pilots scheduled to fly them after computerized scheduling error and this air came to the worst possible moment the allied pilots association says a glitch in this system that asks for pilots time off based on seniority resulted in about fifteen thousand flights between december 17th and 31st with no pilots to fly them a spokesman for the airline said they're working to take care of their pilots and get customers where they need to go over the holiday but as of now thousands of passengers would be stranded of the situation can't be resolved an email to employees offered to pay pilots extra to work certain flights during the holiday period but the union filed a grievance noting restrictions on overtime pay would violate the group's contract i'm john stolnis major league soccer releasing four finalists for an expansion team and the list includes detroit mls says there will be two new teams altogether and the other cities in contention are cincinnati nashville and sacramento are used time 705 we're gonna head out to the roads with kevin o'neill banks marie still a lot going on in the city accidents 75northbound after mcnichols that one on the left shoulder another wreck on the right shoulder northbound 75 at claes three one more in the city that's in the right lane of the exit ramp from the inbound lives to i 94 farmington hills the rights centre lane blocked onto 75northbound after eight mile road in livonia still that accidents shutting down farmington road both ways between plymouth road and glendale crashing romulus has just cleared westbound 94 at mining speeds are starting to pick up from e course road in washington all county that wreck just cleared a few minutes ago us 23 southbound at us 12 and thus speeds are picking up from i ninety four embassador bridge twenty minute wait time for passenger and commercial vehicles in the canada forty five minutes for commercial into the state's tunnel looks good both way so does the bluewater bridge i'm kevin o'neill wjr traffic first on.

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