Association of Professional Flight Attendants

Trade union of flight attendants at American Airlines
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1977
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The Association of Professional Flight Attendants (APFA) was founded in 1977 and represents over 26,000 flight attendants at American Airlines. In 2003, APFA played a major role[citation needed] in keeping American Airlines solvent and out of bankruptcy by giving back an employee bailout of $340 million in annual salary and benefits, for a total of over $3 billion. APFA had been in negotiations with American for almost four years when the carrier filed for chapter 11-bankruptcy protection on November 29, 2011.
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