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AMFA Leads the Industry with Craft and Class-Led Representation. Aircraft Technician Wages are only the beginning. We fight for you!

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AMFA is currently conducting the Local 14 Officer Election to fill the positions of President, Secretary, Safety & Standards Chairman, one Executive Officer at Large, Area Representatives, and an Airline Contract Committee (ACC). Nominations were received by the adjournment of the September 17th RMM.

Download: 20221114_Local_14_Officer_Election_Notice.pdf

Wednesday November 16th, 2022. Annual membership vote for 2023 proposed Local 14 Budget

Download: 2022_Nov_16_RMM_Posting.pdf

Top of Scale (TOS) $57.44  includes $5.00 license premium, $0.60 line premium, and $0.50 max longevity pay Placing us $0.01 above American Airlines, we'll be ranked the 3rd highest in the industry in pay. 

Download: AMFA 2022 Wage Review Scales PM_forPublish.pdf

Before adjourning in September, the House of Representatives passed the Global Aircraft Maintenance Safety Improvement Act (H.R. 7321), calling for unannounced FAA inspections of foreign repair stations, minimum qualifications for mechanics and others working on U.S.-registered aircraft at foreign repair stations, data gathering and analysis, as well as additional safety improvements.

Download: 20221010_PR_AMFA.pdf

The Aircraft Mechanics Fraternal Association (AMFA) is extremely elated and honored to announce the Canada Industrial Relations Board (CIRB) certified AMFA as the trade union representative.

Download: 20221004_PR_AMFA_Cerified_Canada.pdf

Join us in congratulating ALPA and the Alaska Airlines pilots on their TA with Alaska Airlines.  They have been negotiating for 3 years now and have come to a well earned TA that will go to their membership to vote.  This is a huge milestone step, some of the details of which are publicized on Alaskasworld.

Download: ALPA TA.pdf

CENTENNIAL, Colo. – September 14, 2022 – The Aircraft Mechanics Fraternal Association (AMFA) is happy to announce the Canada Industrial Relations Board (CIRB) authorized and ordered a representation vote for the Canadian Aircraft Maintenance Engineers (AMEs) from L3 Harris Technologies MAS Inc. at Trenton AFB, who approached AMFA seeking representation in July this year.

Download: 20220914_PR_AMEs_in_Canada_Seek_AMFA_Representation.pdf

Download: 2022 VC Cash Out letter.pdf

Download: Nomination_Notice_2022.pdf

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Seatac, WA 98188

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