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forms_onlinePlease fill-out the below form and the IAM will mail your individualized, pre-filled election authorization card (A-card) with your assigned sequence number. All you have to do is sign, date and return the card. Don't worry about postage, it's already paid.

Remember to keep your A-card stub for your records. If you choose to "self-verify," click here for our self-verification Q & A to guide you through the process.

To file for our election with the National Mediation Board (NMB)--a federal agency--at least 50 percent of all Delta Flight Attendants must sign an election authorization card.


6 Responses to "Request Your A-Card"

  • Mary Mallon-Chavez
    August 18, 2016 - 8:33 pm Reply

    After 9/11 , after 28 years of flying, I took a one year leave of absence to help out our junior flight attendants so they would not be furloughed as senior flight attendants had done for me in 1973 with the Arab oil embargo. I was told on Oct. 19, 2002 , that unfortunately , they could not bring me back at this time . I told them it was illegal, that many laws were being broken and that I would sue.

    I did sue, I filed a class action suit as well as an age discrimination lawsuit

    Mary Mallon-Chavez vs Delta Airlines

    I thankfully had the help of many wonderful people ( lawyers their staff and even some of our Delta Staff) who were helpful in providing names of hundreds of flight attendants that took those leaves . This story is completely true, check the facts. When we were recalled in 2004 , I very happily wrote thousands of dollars
    in checks to the attorneys handling this case. I would publicly like to thank Linda Krieger esq.( Krieger and Krieger / Long Beach, California ) for handling the labor issues and Mr. Patrick Carreon ( Mower Carreon and Desai / Orange, California ) for handling the Class actinide of this suit.

    I hope that flight Attendants realize what Not having a union has cost them.

    • Jerry Berning
      August 25, 2017 - 8:10 pm Reply

      Mary, you are, quite simply, a heroine! Preach, sister! Why can’t people see the way things really are and ask for what’s right? That doesn’t make us less proud to do what we do or work where we work!
      I hope yet another poorly managed summer operation, as well as the droves of new hires leaving the company will turn the tide in favor of fair representation!

  • Christine Bobo
    October 16, 2016 - 2:10 pm Reply

    Glad to here you stood up for yourself many original Delta F/A’s don’t. Glad you came back don’t know if I would, would just take their money and run. So done now have lots of anonymosity toward the management and company the way the handled lots of things after 911 .Those are not the reasons I keep signing cards. Their “generous” offers for early retirement are ridiculous last one was $23000 for my 29 years of service, wouldn’t even pay off my car after taxes and with a miniscule pension of maybe $600 before SS offset it is an insult. even now they encourage employees not to press charges against passengers who physically accost flight attendants, try to find reasons not to pay for OJI’s. There are still so many out there that feel that as long as there is a threat of union everything is O.K. but they look at it as just about money. They don’t see the big picture that it also protects you if they try to use a lame excuse to terminate your employment because you don’t agree and choose to stand up for yourself and they break labor practices.

  • Per Hampton
    May 17, 2017 - 1:45 am Reply

    New address

    Per Hampton

    8491 Sunset Blvd. 425
    West Hollywood Ca 90069

    • lrother
      May 18, 2017 - 1:30 pm Reply

      ok, thank you.

  • Lisa Gilbertson
    October 13, 2017 - 5:31 am Reply

    You rock Mary! I hope all of our new hire FA’s are seeing this post. ‘STOP, THINK AND LOCATE YOUR IAM UNION CARD.”

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