Who Do I Contact?
For assistance, contact any member of your Local Uniform Committee. You can find a list of Committee Members on your Local Council Committees page. For your convenience, a list of Committee Chairs and links to the Local Committee lists are below.
The following article was recently published by AFA International regarding a Harvard School of Public Health study pertaining to uniform reactions among Alaska Airlines Flight Attendants from 2011 through 2014. The full text of the article is contained below or can be viewed on the AFA website by clicking here. In Solidarity, Your MEC – […]
Alaska Air Group management has been working with operational leaders, third-party safety consultants, labor leaders, workgroup and union representatives, and the uniform supplier (to be announced later) in order to develop a new safety standard for the upcoming custom uniform program. AFA is very pleased to report that management has made a commitment to certify the […]
After years of discussion and speculation, Alaska Airlines management has announced the launch of a new brand identity. As part of the rebranding, management has discussed the intent to produce a new “custom” uniform. The production of a custom uniform can take anywhere from 18 to 24 months from initial approval. This means that Flight […]
What is going on with “Shoegate”? In a recent bulletin, Inflight management announced a new manual revision is at the printers and will be distributed June 17th along with several Emergency Interim Bulletins (EIBs) that are forthcoming in the next few weeks. The Master Executive Council (MEC) anticipates that one of the EIBs will contain […]
Please join us in welcoming Lisa Curry, Tracy Speck, and David Jelinek to the Alaska AFA PDX Uniform Committee. Lisa Curry Lisa started her flying career with Alaska Air Group in August 1989 with Horizon Air. She left Horizon in April 1996 to continue her flying career with Alaska Airlines. Although she doesn’t have any […]