Following ratification, the new contract specifies negotiations to begin within thirty days between airline officials at US Airways and American Airlines, AFA and the union representing American Airlines flight attendants, the Association of Professional Flight Attendants.
What does APFA stand for?
APFA stands for Association of Professional Flight Attendants
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We have 17 other meanings of APFA in our Acronym Attic
- Naples, FL, USA (Airport Code)
- Active Path First with Potential Backup Cost
- Abortion Providers' Federation of Australasia
- Accelerator Pulsed Fast
- Actions pour Promouvoir le Français des Affaires (French: Actions to Promote the French Language as a Language of Speciality of Business)
- All-Peoples' Freedom Alliance
- American Pipe Fittings Association, Inc. (Springfield, VA)
- American Professional Football Association (now National Football League)
- Associate Public Finance Accountant (various companies)
- Association des Professeurs de Français en Autriche (French: Association of French Teachers in Austria)
- Associação Portuguesa dos Fabricantes de Argamassas de Construção (Portuguese: Association of Portuguese Construction Mortar Factories)
- Association of Parents and Friends of ACT Schools (Australia)
- Ada Program Flow Analysis Tool (Boeing STARS software product)
- Asia Pacific Forum Berlin
- Association of Property Finders and Buyers Agents
- Auckland Provincial Fire Brigades Association (New Zealand)
- Advanced Pressurized Fluidized Bed Combustion
- Active Power Factor Correction (computer power supplies)
- Adrian Pennock Fan Club (soccer player fan site; UK)
- Alaska Permanent Fund Corporation (est. 1976; state-owned fund; Juneau, AK)
Samples in periodicals archive:
New York (AirGuideBusiness - Business & Industry Features) Fri, Dec 21, 2012 American flight attendants to join US Airways merger talks The Association of Professional Flight Attendants union, which represents workers at American Airlines, said it had been invited to take part in confidential talks on a potential merger with US Airways.
The Association of Professional Flight Attendants accepted a package to cut wages and benefits by $340 million (pounds 216 million), reversing a rejection by the group the previous day.
In 1989, members of the Association of Professional Flight Attendants (APFA) went on strike against American Airlines over their MetLife-based weight standards.