We're always looking for volunteers to join the union. If you think you'd like to take the next step and become a union rep, download the application below and send it to your local president. To find your local president click the Councils Tab. If you're not sure which committee you think you'd be best in, click the Committees Tab and look over the descriptions and functions of each committee. If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to one of the reps, we'll be happy to help.
Are you interested in serving our union as a Union Representative? Fill out a commitment to serve below.
You can read up on the constitution and by laws here.
Every day AFA, our union, fights for our rights and well being. Below is a current list of causes and issues that affect thousands of flight attendants at multiple carriers. Get involved by signing petitions and learning how you can do your part to ensure our well being.
Fight Fatigue - Fight for 10
Fair Open Skies Policy
Stop Human Trafficking
Fight to End Fast Track
Aircraft Air Quality
Bridge The Gap
Act Now: Protect U.S. Aviation Jobs
FMLA Resource Center
In-flight Cell Phone Voice Calls
No Knives On Planes
Pilot Rest FAR's
Stop Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP)
Getting involved with our union goes beyond just becoming a rep, we as flight attendants make up the entire union, WE are the union, and sometimes our brothers and sisters require help in other ways. This section of the site is dedicated to those flight attendant causes and providing support through donations, gofundme campaigns and of course the simple act of sending them well wishes. If you or a flight attendant you know needs help, please reach out to your local council president and we will do our best to provide as much help and support as we can.
As some of you are aware AFA is part of a larger union, the Communication Workers of America. Over the last few months Spirit AFA has been working diligently to bridge the gap between AFA and our larger parent union, CWA, by supporting their efforts with rallies, meetings and generally showing support. In return CWA has provided a lot of helpful tools and resources that will help us continue to grow and become a stronger union. Because of this we feel the need to continually get our flight attendants involved with issues that not only affect us but that also affect CWA as a whole. Below is some information about CWA and a list of CWA events and rallies. (Calendar coming soon!) You can also click the issues button to see how you can get directly involved.
CWA represents 700,000 workers in private and public sector employment in the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico in 1,200 chartered CWA local unions. In 10,000 communities across the United States, CWA members work in telecommunications and information technology, the airline industry, news media, broadcast and cable television, education, health care and public service, law enforcement, manufacturing and other fields.
Among CWA major employers are AT&T; Verizon; General Electric; the New York Times and Wall Street Journal; United Airlines, US Airways and 19 other airlines; NBC and ABC television networks; the Canadian Broadcasting Co.; the University of California, the state of New Jersey and various law enforcement agencies across the country.
We know our flight attendants are awesome, and a lot of them do a lot of work in their communities and for the planet we live on. We'd like to recognize their efforts and show our support by listing those efforts below. Show some support by getting involved in helping our brothers and sisters succeed. List your cause below by contacting Don Reno at email@example.com
DRI Media is Don Reno's web services company, he's partnered with Trees for the Future to help reforestation efforts around the globe. To find out more about the effort visit the website by clicking here.
Do you save your hotel toiletries? Please do! Flight attendants have been putting collection boxes in crew rooms system wide for a variety of causes; donations to Haiti, homeless shelters, orphanages, USO and care packages for our service men and women just to name a few. We'd like to put forth the effort and make this the norm at all bases. If we all do our part we can help people all over the world by providing clothes, basic necessities and toiletries. There's plenty we an do, let's start here!
On September 11th, our flight attendants dedicate a wreath to the Fallen Crews of the Terrorist Attacks at the Fort Lauderdale 9/11 Memorial Ceremony. Crew Members are encouraged to attend in uniform, if possible. It would be an honor for anyone available to attend.