days until our Collective Agreement expires, we are preparing, we are united and we will make change.

The CUPE Airline Division Survey is now online!

Dear CUPE Flight Attendant/Colleague:

The CUPE Airline Division Survey is now online!

English:        https://survey-sondage.cupe.ca/index.php/272484?lang=en

French:          https://survey-sondage.cupe.ca/index.php/272484?lang=fr

The CUPE Airline Division represents approximately 15,000 flight attendants from Air Canada mainline and Rouge, Air Transat, Air Georgian, Calm Air, Canadian North, Cathay Pacific, First Air, Flair, Sunwing Airlines and WestJet, WestJet Encore, (and soon) Swoop. This makes CUPE the largest and most powerful flight attendant union in Canada.

We know many changes will happen in the sector in the months ahead. That is why the Airline Division is asking every flight attendant to have a voice in setting priorities for the sector in this time of change. The survey is now live and will be open for one month. Please click on the link above to fill out the survey and ask your colleagues to do the same.

The survey was designed by the Airline Division Political Action Committee (PAC) and is your opportunity to tell us about the issues that concern you and the priorities you feel the sector should focus on. The survey results will be analyzed and presented to the CUPE Airline Convention which coincides with National Convention in October 2019.

The survey is completely confidential and you will not be personally identified in any way.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the PAC co-chairs:

Tracy Rowan (Air Transat, Local 4047): tracy27rowan@gmail.com
Jordan Christenson (WestJet, Local 4070): jabchristenson@gmail.com
Nicola Schnell (Air Canada, Local 4095): nicolaschnell123@gmail.com

Have your say! Tell us what matters most to CUPE flight attendants!

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