NOT DONE YET!!

incompleteThanks! We are on our way to having the election we deserve!

But remember, YOU'RE NOT DONE YET!

The IAM will mail to you your pre-filled A-card. You MUST sign, date and drop it back in the mail.

Don't worry about postage, it's already paid.

Again, thank you very much!

55 Responses to "NOT DONE YET!!"

  • Beverly Wolbert
    May 27, 2015 - 2:28 pm Reply

    Looking very much to a fair election……

    • Julienne
      January 2, 2016 - 4:33 pm Reply

      Do you have to sign a new card every year?

      • jcarlson
        January 7, 2016 - 12:43 pm Reply

        Julienne–your a-card is valid for 12 months from the date you signed. For example, if you signed and submitted your a-card on June 25, 2015, then it is valid until June 25, 2016. Hope this answers your question. Thanks!!

  • Samuel Berry
    June 5, 2015 - 12:20 am Reply

    Can’t wait to call for a REAL election this time around! Time to show the NMB that we’re not playing anymore of their games.

    • Larisa Bolyard
      June 11, 2015 - 4:17 pm Reply

      Right on!

  • Gene Chun
    June 5, 2015 - 5:36 am Reply

    Let’s do it!!

  • Maureen Vieck
    July 6, 2015 - 4:56 am Reply

    I want a voice to improve the quality of our worklife. And a contract for consistency, stability, and security in our job.

  • Anita Clarke
    September 16, 2015 - 8:38 pm Reply

    We deserve to have a voice!! Let’s come together as ONE! We are NOT LOD’s , A- flight attendants or B- flight attendants, Junior flight attendants or Senior flight attendants, International flight attendants or Domestic flight attendants, Northwest or Delta!!!….We are FLIGHT ATTENDANTS!!!!!!……Let’s STAND TOGETHER AS ONE and get what we deserve!!!

  • Nickie Ober
    September 18, 2015 - 11:06 am Reply

    We should have had that pay raise a year ago.

  • Nancy Green
    October 5, 2015 - 4:31 pm Reply

    I AM READY!!

  • Rachelle Lebron-Edwards
    October 5, 2015 - 8:50 pm Reply

    I’m tired of the company changing the rules “at whim.”

  • Floyd Corsey
    October 6, 2015 - 3:04 am Reply

    In Business You Never Get What You Deserve….
    You Get What You Negotiate !!!!

    • Klebber bezerra
      November 26, 2015 - 6:26 pm Reply

      You are absolutely right. We need and deserve union representation. Specially now with eminent terror attack threat. If we don’t have protection now we will lose even more. I hope more of our co-workers would not only vote pro union but also change this stupid mindset that ” the company is there for us” it is not. We are, right now, just numbers.

      • Alisa Sladky
        July 28, 2016 - 8:05 pm Reply

        Well said

  • Cynthia Gaskin
    October 27, 2015 - 3:30 am Reply

    I AM renewing my card, are you?!?!?!?

  • Henry Boyd
    November 10, 2015 - 10:38 pm Reply

    The three founding principles of Delta and the Delta family, “lying, cheating , stealing”. Sign your card and get a voice. Don’t let your life be run by fear, FIGHT IT!

  • Deborah Hancock
    January 2, 2016 - 7:27 pm Reply

    Lets get this done!!!!! Can not wait for the day black & white work rules not gray. Fair compensation!! We vote for what we want!!

  • Jawad Atrache
    January 2, 2016 - 8:56 pm Reply

    I can,t wait the day that my voice will be represented in my company

  • Kevin Griffin
    January 7, 2016 - 2:36 am Reply

    It is past time for a voice for the future. It is time to take a responsible part in your future with a collective voice. Only you can decide what you (we) deserve with work rules, compensation, safety and retirement. Negotiations is the way to go and collectively. If you’re tired of the hand me downs and lecture about what we deserve then sign a card and urge everyone to do so as well. We CAN DO IT….

  • Kennard R Joel
    January 18, 2016 - 1:28 pm Reply

    All I have to say is long overdue

  • Patricia Adams
    January 25, 2016 - 10:30 pm Reply

    To reiterate the immortal words of our beloved Gene Chun…”Let’s do it!!” Originally posted 05June2015.

  • Johnny Powell, Jr.
    January 26, 2016 - 8:54 pm Reply

    This is to let you know, I have renewed my card again! So ready for a fair election!

  • Michael Lehr
    February 25, 2016 - 6:56 pm Reply

    It’s time!

  • John Eimen
    March 10, 2016 - 5:02 pm Reply

    A song I wrote about union membership sums up a lot of my thoughts:

  • Charles Greene
    April 1, 2016 - 11:36 pm Reply

    I still don’t understand how a person can support Bernie Sanders and still not sign a card?

  • Chevy Meyers
    April 7, 2016 - 4:20 pm Reply

    Just renewed mine…LET’S DO THIS!

  • Scott Lepper
    April 28, 2016 - 3:00 am Reply

    We need a voice, and should be valued and respected. Over 19 years, devoted, loyal, honest, hardworking, committed, caring and giving my best, and I am now homeless and have been since my medical tragedy. Prior to my medical leave to have spinal surgery, vertebrae replacement-or the loss of the use of my legs, I earned over $62,000.00, always picking up extra trips. I am receiving $951 a month on disability. Three years of no income, $951 a mth this past year. I live in my car, have permanent spinal cord damage, sold every asset I had, and no matter who I speak to at Delta (except for the most wonderful people at the care fund) they tell me thats the way it is.

  • Mary K. Madsen
    May 10, 2016 - 11:01 pm Reply

    We don’t think we need a union UNTIL SOMETHING HAPPENS TO US!
    I was bullied and harassed at work for 4 years until I finally stood up and wrote a letter to management asking for help. Although they “went through the motions” to cover themselves, in the end they told me they didn’t believe it ever happened! They told me they didn’t want to hear anything else about it-no emails, no phone calls-no talking ever again about it to ANYONE! I was in bed for a week after that and missed my daughter’s 16th bday party due to immobilizing depression.
    After more than 28 years of being a hard working dependable employee with nothing in my file, I was absolutely stunned to have been treated this way by the management of a company I had loved and trusted. I still love Delta but absolutely have lost all trust in them. It is what it is…but are we going to continue sitting in the problem pretending its not really happening?? No! We can GET INTO THE SOLUTION and DO something about this kind of bull—- that’s STILL going on at Delta Airlines…VOTE YES.

  • Emily Ceshker
    May 13, 2016 - 11:32 pm Reply

    I pray for our right to have a voice and a contract. After all these years I am waiting to retire proud to have been a union activist and never lose the hope I retire with a contract….

  • Angie Heinold
    May 14, 2016 - 3:57 pm Reply

    It’s time! !!!!

  • Dawn Shea
    June 3, 2016 - 7:12 pm Reply

    1 year goes by so fast!!! I am requesting another card to stay current as I don’t care how long it takes..
    We NEED and DESERVE a Voice NOW more then ever and the reasons are growing every..single.. day…
    IAM READY for another election.. Bring it on!!

  • Angie Heinold
    June 8, 2016 - 12:26 am Reply

    Over due

  • Skinny
    July 30, 2016 - 7:02 pm Reply

    Ready ready ready

  • Cynthia Johnson
    July 31, 2016 - 2:50 am Reply

    IAM ready to be respected as the safety professionals that we are! Keep on keeping on!

  • Mary
    August 18, 2016 - 9:12 pm Reply

    Love Delta-but also love having a union. It’s like having insurance. They are there if you need them. Someone in our corner if push comes to shove. It makes gray areas black and white. The union isn’t a “golden ticket” that gets you out of every situation. We still have to work hard, be honest, do our best for our customers, but in sticky situations such as duty periods, pay, scheduling, passenger situations, supplies, rest, etc-they are there to give us the straight story. They really know their stuff. UNION STRONG!

    • Bunny
      October 25, 2016 - 6:26 pm Reply

      So true!!!!!

  • Michele noren
    August 19, 2016 - 5:00 pm Reply

    Is a fair election even possible???
    Lord help us!

    I couldn’t agree with you more! Thank you for that! Was well spoken, professional, needed!

    We need a contract! We need Legal protection, and representation! We need safe and smart workable galleys, where our valuables, and our well being are protected. certainly the same sick /injury/ protection and time as our pilot group!
    We need the lies exposed and the truth understood by all.
    As in our government- the corruption should be exposed and not accepted… It was founded on moral values to protect the rights of the people to protect themselves, their families, their livelihood and way of life, under God! So in our company, we the people, the front line work force, as well as all the work force ought to be valued and protected and respected and appropriately compensated! Not devalued pawns, used and sacrificed. A “good company” truly values all its work force, in dignity!! In truth! Respecting, protecting, compensating…
    Understanding that when run from the top down by true values~ the company takes care of its work force, the work force takes care of its customers, and the customers support the company… That is the formula for greatness ! The formula founded on moral values!
    in our county, the attrossities in its history can not be undone now, (should not be rewritten or erased or forgotten) but with appreciation for the intent and moral conviction on which she was founded, we must not accept corruption, bring back the values, protect the freedom of the citizens! Then we have a great country to live in! When we expose corruption and protect the workforce with value and dignity, then we have a great company to work for! And a delighted public following!

  • Valerie Finch
    September 20, 2016 - 4:33 pm Reply

    Please let it be soon,tired of the BS,if we are the best then show me the MONEY.

  • Cameron Gardin
    October 13, 2016 - 4:22 am Reply

    I have been waiting for the opportunity for a FAIR election even though they are still trying any way they can to persuade us flight attendants to a NO vote!! I have always believed in an educated decision do your research and OPEN your eyes WE NEED A VOICE!! I’m so ready to cast my vote and to stand up for our right to have a voice!!

  • Willie A
    October 20, 2016 - 9:59 pm Reply

    Can we get an idea on how much longer and also if we think we have the amount of people that we need? We need a voice ASAP please

  • Renee Labbe
    October 23, 2016 - 7:09 pm Reply

    It’s redundant, but what does it take for enlightenment? We have lost respect, money, Vacation, sick options, medical, galleys, jump seats, sufficient F/A’s for increased workloads, work rules, duty rigs, retirement, etc. insult to injury: S.S. offset. The erosion of our Benefits can only be curtailed by a Union Vote! Look at UAL, SWA, AL contracts!

  • Gigi
    January 12, 2017 - 6:17 pm Reply

    Done. Signed.

  • Tom pashoo
    January 31, 2017 - 11:22 am Reply

    Delta flight attendants are regarded as the best in the airline industry according to Delta Management and the most recent independent surveys. We are not sure if all of us are aware of the major differences that we as a flight attendant group have versus the pilots in work rules, pension and other areas that are a major source of concern to us.

    The following are the major differences:

    1. PENSION OR 401K:

    The pilot group of captains and first officers (co-pilots) get a guaranteed 16% that means a range between $3000 to $ $5000 per month or $36,000 to $60,000 per year, or a pilot with 30 years of service gets to $1,800,000 (almost 2 million dollars) based on 85 hour monthly schedule so almost all the pilots will get that amount at retirement.
    vs
    The flight attendant group get 3% unmatched and 6% matched by Delta IF and ONLY IF the flight attendant decides to put 6% of their own money for a total of 9% from Delta and if they do not put their own 6% then they get ONLY 3% that means a range between with junior F A pay of $3000 to $5100 for senior F A ($3000 X 3%) =$90 to ($5100 X 3%)=$153 per month or $1080 to $1836 per year or a flight attendant with 30 years of service Delta’s average contributions $32,400 to $55,080 based on 85 monthly schedule.
    If F A puts 6% (not easy for those who are junior making barely $2000 each month after taxes) of their own salary then Delta will match 6% for a total of 9% from Delta vs 16% from Delta given to our Pilot brethren with 0% match from Pilots.

    EVERY MONTH THE FLIGHT ATTENDANT GROUP WILL GET $800 TO $1200 IN MONTHLY PENSION AT RETIREMENT.
    VS
    EVERY MONTH THE PILOT GROUP WILL GET $16,000 to $20,000 OR MORE IN MONTHLY PENSION AT RETIREMENT.
    Please ask any ACCOUNTANT to calculate your retirement by giving them your monthly income and Delta’s 3% or 9% (if you put your own 6%)
    IS THIS A FAIR RETIREMENT PLAN? WE ARE PART OF DELTA FAMILY ARE WE NOT? That is how Mr. Bastion introduces us on every safety videos. So why the step-motherly treatment for when we retire?

    2. SICK TIME:

    Pilots get 270 hours per year where doctor’s note IS NOT required for the first 100 hours, holidays or not.
    vs
    Flight attendants get 56 hours per year where a doctor’s note IS required for the very first hour if it is during holidays.

    Who is more exposed to the medical conditions (SARS, EBOLA, BIRD FLU, TUBERCULOSIS ETC.) of the passengers in the cabin of the aircraft for 1 to 15 hours at a time, the pilots or flight attendants?

    3. PAY INCREASES:

    The pilot group: will have received 31% raises from 2015 through 2019 January. (3% in 2015, 18% 2016 retro to Jan. 2016, 3% Jan. 2017, 3% Jan.2018 and 4% Jan.2019). Retro active to January 2016 will generate the pilots an extra $35,000 to $70,000 for the year.
    Flight attendant group: will get 5% post active meaning on April 1st 2017 no back pay at all.

    3. Overtime :

    GREEN SLIP Pilots 2X ( double their hourly rate of $160×2=$320 per hour for narrow body pilots and $320×2=$640 per hour for wide body pilots. So a 3 or 4 day trip worth 20 to 25 hours is worth more than $6400 to $8000 for narrow body Captain to $12,800 to $16,000 for a wide body Captain
    Plus they get another 16% of that amount added to their retirement pension which is another $1000 to $2500.
    VS
    F/As just IPY-4 just 4 extra hours of overtime pay range $108 to $250 for a 3 or 4 day trip worth 20 to 25 hours.

    $6400 to $16000 vs $108 to $250

    4. Work Rules:

    Pilots minimum day credit 5:15
    F / As minimum day credit 4:45

    Pilots get extra 5:15 on a layover when they sit an extra day at a layover city (example 3 day trip where pilots fly on day 1, lay over 24 hours or longer on day 2, and fly again on day 3 will get total credit 15:45 that is 5:15 for each day.
    F / As on similar 3 day trip do not get the minimum credit 4:45 on day 2 of the lay over. Total credit 9:30 that is 4:45 for day 1 and 4:45 for day 3.
    Pilots =15:45 minimum credit hrs.
    F/As = 9:30 minimum credit hours

    Laundry Expenses:
    4 days or longer international flight :
    pilots get $50 dry cleaning allowance and for 6 days $100 and 8 days $150
    vs
    F/As = $0

    Deadhead International :

    Pilots have Guaranteed Business Class Seat
    F/As No Such Guarantees

    Plus a lot more that too long to be listed.

  • Kimberly Salenik
    February 13, 2017 - 6:52 pm Reply

    I changed my address with company not sure if I need to sign a new card. I don’t want any reason why my card wouldn’t be valid

    • lrother
      May 18, 2017 - 1:48 pm Reply

      we recently did a mass card mailing. If you still haven’t received a new card please request one here: http://www.iamdelta.net/acard/ and we’ll quickly send you a new one, thanks.

  • Tom
    February 24, 2017 - 4:22 pm Reply

    UNITED WE CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE !!!
    NON UNION FLIGHT ATTENDANTS UNION PILOTS
    WE AS A FLIGHT ATTENDANT GROUP WOULD LIKE A FAIR, JUST AND EQUITABLE CONTRACT NOT EQUAL AT LEAST AS FAR WORK RULES, RETIREMENT/ PENSION AND PROFIT SHARING ARE CONCERNED.
    ALPA UNION PILOTS RATIFIED THEIR CONTRACT. THEY TOOK A UNITED STAND AND WORKED WITH DELTA MANAGEMENT
    JOB SECURITY: F/A CAN BE DISCHARGED FOR ANY REASON AT ANY TIME.
    JOB SECURITY: PILOTS CANNOT BE DISCHARGED WITHOUT REPRESENTATION FROM A.L.P.A UNION
    DELTA F/A PAY $28 TO $61/HOUR
    6 YEAR TO 12 YEAR MAKING THE SAME THAT WE MADE MORE THAN 10 YEARS AGO
    (MAX DOMESTIC DUTY 14-15 HRS)
    SOUTHWEST 13 YEAR F/A=$70/HOUR
    MAX DOMESTIC DUTY 12 HOURS
    (AFTER 12 HRS DOUBLE TIME=$140/HR AFTER 16 HRS TRIPLE TIME=$207)

    AFTER 12 YEARS OF SERVICE NO MORE PAY RAISES!!!!!!!
    PAY PER HOUR:
    $310 TO $330 WIDE BODY CAPTAIN
    $211 TO $225 WIDE BODY F/O
    $256 TO $266 NARROW BODY CAPTAIN
    $175 TO $182 NARROW BODY F/O
    (PAGES 75 TO 82 OF THE PILOTS CONTRACT)
    AFTER 12 YEARS OF SERVICE PILOTS STILL GET RAISES EXAMPLES:
    FROM NARROW BODY TO WIDE BODY
    IF FIRST OFFICERS BECOME CAPTAINS THEN ANOTHER JUMP OF PAY RAISE!!!!!!
    OVERTIME:
    F/A 4 OR 6 HOURS HOURS FOR PREMIUM PAY
    (IPY-4 OR IPY-6)
    4 OR 6 X THE HOURLY RATE JUNIOR F/A = $112 OR $168
    4 OR 6 X HOURLY RATE FOR SENIOR F/A = $244 OR $306
    ONE 3 OR 4 DAY TRIP 25 HOUR TRIP IS WORTH
    (25 HOURS X $28) $700 + $112 = $812 JUNIOR F/A
    (25 HOURS X $61) $1525 + $244 = $1769 SENIOR F/A

    SOUTHWEST AIRLINES DOUBLE TIME =$140 PER HOUR AND AFTER 12 HOURS OF DUTY TIME AGAIN DOUBLE TIME THE HOURLY RATE.

    OVERTIME:
    DOUBLE TIME A K A GREEN SLIP WIDE BODY CAPTAIN MONTH $330 X2 = 660/HR

    ONE 3 OR 4 DAY 25 HOUR TRIP IS WORTH (25 HOURS X $660) = $16500
    (plus another 16% of that goes into 401K =$2640)
    TOTAL OVERTIME COMPENSATION= $19,140
    ACCORDING TO A PILOT THE COMPANY IS GIVING THESE TRIPS LIKE PASSING OUT CANDIES.
    SICK TIME 56 HRS/YEAR
    (4.5 HOURS/MONTH)
    SICK TIME VALUE F/A $1800 TO $2,400
    EXPOSURE TO ALL KINDS OF PASSENGERS CARRYING DISEASES SUCH AS EBOLA, SARS, TUBERCULOSIS BACTERIA (T B), INFLUENZA ETC. ETC.
    SICK TIME 270 HRS/YEAR
    (24 HOURS /MONTH)
    SICK TIME VALUE $37000 TO $76,200
    HARDLY ANY EXPOSURE TO THE PASSENGERS CARRYING ANY DISEASES.
    DOCTOR’S NOTE REQUIRED FOR ALL HOLIDAYS AND 3 SICK CALLS IN A YEAR THEN WE GET CALLED IN BY A MANAGER
    DOCTOR’S NOTE NOT REQUIRED FOR FIRST 100 HRS

    MINIMUM DAY CREDIT 4:45
    3 DAY TRIP = FROM 9 HRS TO 13
    EXAMPLE: A LAYOVER OF 24 HRS OR MORE ON A 3 DAY TRIP (msp-anchorage with 24 hour layover total credit 11:05) NO CREDIT HOURS FOR THE DAY NOT FLOWN.
    Crew Meals:
    14 hour duty day turn to Anchorage F/a’s get a COLD SANDWICH for crew meals.

    MINIMUM DAY CREDIT 5:15
    A 3 DAY TRIP =15:45
    EXAMPLE: A LAYOVER OF 24 HRS OR MORE ON A 3 DAY TRIP GETS A 5:15 PER DAY TOTAL = 15:45 (msp-anchorage total credit 15:45) 5:15 HOURS CREDIT FOR THE DAY NOT FLOWN
    Crew Meals: 6 hour duty day or longer a HOTMEAL is required as per their contract.
    INT’L REST – NO BUSINESS CLASS SEATS
    INT’L REST– BUSINESS CLASS SEATS
    PROFIT SHARE CHECKS RANGE FROM $3100- $7000
    PROFIT SHARE CHECKS RANGE FROM $35,000 TO $80,000
    LAUNDRY EXPENSE: $0
    LAUNDRY EXPENSE: $50 FOR 4 DAY INT’L TRIP $100 FOR 8 DAY TRIP
    F/A’S DO NOT HAVE A “ME TOO CLAUSE”
    WITH PREVIOUS UNIONS WE HAD A “ME TOO CLAUSE” THAT MEANT IF THE PILOTS GOT RAISES OR WORK RULE IMPROVEMENTS THE F/A’S GOT IT TOO!!!
    MOST OTHER AIRLINES F/A’S HAVE IT!!!
    PILOTS HAVE A “ME TOO CLAUSE”
    THAT IF ANY GROUP AT DELTA GETS RAISES ABOVE A CERTAIN PERCENTAGE THEN THEY GET IT TOO!!! (ON TOP OF WHAT THEY ALREADY HAVE NOW)

    PENSION OR 401K RETIREMENT PLAN:
    The flight attendant group get 3% unmatched and 6% matched by Delta, IF and ONLY IF, the flight attendant decides to put 6% of their own money for a total of 9% from Delta, and if they do not put their own 6%, then they get ONLY 3%.
    That means a range between:
    $90 to 153 per month
    $1080 to $1836 per year
    A flight attendant with 30 years of service Delta’s average contributions $32,400 to $55,080 based on a 85 hour monthly schedule.
    If a FA puts 6% (not easy for those who are junior making barely $2000 each month after taxes)
    EVERY MONTH THE FLIGHT ATTENDANT GROUP WILL GET $800 TO $1200 IN MONTHLY PENSION AT RETIREMENT.
    Please ask any ACCOUNTANT to calculate your retirement income by giving them your monthly income and match from Delta of 3% or 9% (only if you put your own 6%)
    IS THIS A FAIR RETIREMENT PLAN? WE ARE PART OF DELTA FAMILY, ARE WE NOT?
    So why the step-motherly treatment when we retire AS WELL?
    PENSION OR 401K RETIREMENT PLAN:
    The pilot group of captains and first officers (co-pilots) get a guaranteed 16% with no match meaning that they do not have to contribute any money ($0)) towards their retirement plan
    That means a range between :
    $3000 to $ $5000 per month
    $36,000 to $60,000 per year,
    A pilot with 30 years of service gets about $1,800,000 (almost 2 million dollars) based on 85 hour monthly schedule so almost all the pilots will get that amount at retirement.
    EVERY MONTH THE PILOT GROUP WILL GET $16,000 to $20,000 OR MORE IN MONTHLY PENSION AT RETIREMENT.

    Delta flight attendants are regarded as the best in the airline industry according to Delta Management and the most recent independent surveys, THEN HOW COME UNITED AIRLINES OFFERED THEIR F/A’S $100,000 TO TAKE AN EARLY RETIREMENT WERE AS DELTA OFFERED $40,000 EVEN THOUGH DELTA MADE ALMOST TWO TIMES MORE IN PROFIT THAN UNITED.
    DO NOT LET MANAGEMENT DISCOURAGE US THAT WE HAVE TO PAY UNION DUES OF $40 TO $50 A MONTH AND THAT IT WILL TAKE YEARS TO GET A CONTRACT (CONTINENTAL GOT A CONTRACT IN 6 MONTHS). THAT IS JUST A PLOY AND A DIVERSION FOR US TO NOT HAVE BETTER LIVING STANDARDS WHILE OUR MANAGEMENT AND PILOTS ENJOY THE BEST OF LIVING STANDARDS
    .
    UNITED AND WITH ONE VOICE, OUR PILOTS HAVE ACHIEVED A LOT AND HAVE A STRONG UNION REPRESENTING THEM IN ALPA. F/A’S HAVE NO UNION AND THEREFORE NO REPRESENTATION. THE COMPANY WILL WORK WITH US IF THEY SEE THAT WE ARE UNITED

    LET US ALL BE UNITED TOGETHER WITH ONE VOICE ! ! !
    PLEASE MAKE COPIES AND PASS THIS ON TO INFORM AS MANY FLIGHT ATTENDANTS AS POSSIBLE SO THAT WE CAN MAKE AN INFORMED DECISION ABOUT OUR FUTURE.

  • JENNYLEE CORLEY
    April 30, 2017 - 2:17 am Reply

    PLEASE SEND CARD. I HAVE REQUESTED THIS AND HAVE NOT RECEIVED.

    • lrother
      May 18, 2017 - 1:40 pm Reply

      We recently did a mass mailing. If you still haven’t received a card you can request one here: http://www.iamdelta.net/acard/ or send us your contact info, we might have to update your address.

  • Aziz Sezginis
    May 3, 2017 - 4:58 am Reply

    “…You Don’t Get What You Deserve. You Get What You Negotiate.”

    Chester L. Karrass, Best Selling Author of “The Negotiation Game”
    and advertiser in Delta Sky Magazine

  • Lyrda Meyer
    May 4, 2017 - 3:39 pm Reply

    I can’t believe that by being honest with my Supervisor I get myself an 18 month probation period. Ive been in this company 20 years. Really!! 10 days in jail would’ve been better!! I need representation now!

  • Bruce White
    May 5, 2017 - 5:12 am Reply

    STRONG UNION REPRESENTION is about YOU, YOUR FAMILY, and YOUR CAREER and FUTURE. The SECURITY you receive from your dues is KEY! Ask any ALPA member (OUR pilots) or any union member from the largest airlines in the WORLD! STAND UP and BE COUNTED! WE DESERVE IT!!

    • lrother
      May 18, 2017 - 1:34 pm Reply

      yes, union representation is about all Delta FAs coming together to protect each other!

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