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US Airline Pilots Association officially tells members to knock it off

On Wednesday, a U.S. District Court judge in Charlotte, N.C., found that US Airways pilots and their US Airline Pilots Association had engaged in an illegal work action. He told them to stop it immediately.

On Thursday, USAPA sent out a notice to members informing them of the judge’s decision and telling them to stop anything that they weren’t supposed to be doing:

“All US Airways pilots are instructed to fully perform their normal working schedules and practices.

“All US Airways pilots who are engaging in a concerted refusal to perform normal pilot operations are directed to cease and desist from any concerted refusal to perform normal pilot operations, by engaging in acts including but not limited to slow taxiing, writing up all maintenance items, calling in fatigued, delaying flights, refusing to answer a call from the scheduling, refusing to fly an aircraft that meets the requirements for flight, or refusing to accept voluntary or overtime flying, and to cease and desist all exhortations or communications encouraging same.

“USAPA will take all steps and measures to comply with the letter and spirit of the Court’s order and instructs and directs all US Airways pilots to do the same. Any and all acts and conduct in violation of this Order may subject individuals and those acting in concert with them to punishment under the contempt powers of the Court.”

It’ll be interesting to see if the rate of fatigued-can’t-fly calls and mechanical writeups and slow taxiing and other such activities decline.

Those who remember the American Airlines sickout of February 1999 will recall that U.S. District Judge Joe Kendall didn’t come down hard on the Allied Pilots Association and members simply because they conducted an ilegal job action.

He came down hard on them for not stopping it after he told them to.

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US Airline Pilots Association officially tells members to knock it off

On Wednesday, a U.S. District Court judge in Charlotte, N.C., found that US Airways pilots and their US Airline Pilots Association had engaged in an illegal work action. He told them to stop it immediately.

On Thursday, USAPA sent out a notice to members informing them of the judge’s decision and telling them to stop anything that they weren’t supposed to be doing:

“All US Airways pilots are instructed to fully perform their normal working schedules and practices.

“All US Airways pilots who are engaging in a concerted refusal to perform normal pilot operations are directed to cease and desist from any concerted refusal to perform normal pilot operations, by engaging in acts including but not limited to slow taxiing, writing up all maintenance items, calling in fatigued, delaying flights, refusing to answer a call from the scheduling, refusing to fly an aircraft that meets the requirements for flight, or refusing to accept voluntary or overtime flying, and to cease and desist all exhortations or communications encouraging same.

“USAPA will take all steps and measures to comply with the letter and spirit of the Court’s order and instructs and directs all US Airways pilots to do the same. Any and all acts and conduct in violation of this Order may subject individuals and those acting in concert with them to punishment under the contempt powers of the Court.”

It’ll be interesting to see if the rate of fatigued-can’t-fly calls and mechanical writeups and slow taxiing and other such activities decline.

Those who remember the American Airlines sickout of February 1999 will recall that U.S. District Judge Joe Kendall didn’t come down hard on the Allied Pilots Association and members simply because they conducted an ilegal job action.

He came down hard on them for not stopping it after he told them to.

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US Airline Pilots Association officially tells members to knock it off

On Wednesday, a U.S. District Court judge in Charlotte, N.C., found that US Airways pilots and their US Airline Pilots Association had engaged in an illegal work action. He told them to stop it immediately.

On Thursday, USAPA sent out a notice to members informing them of the judge’s decision and telling them to stop anything that they weren’t supposed to be doing:

“All US Airways pilots are instructed to fully perform their normal working schedules and practices.

“All US Airways pilots who are engaging in a concerted refusal to perform normal pilot operations are directed to cease and desist from any concerted refusal to perform normal pilot operations, by engaging in acts including but not limited to slow taxiing, writing up all maintenance items, calling in fatigued, delaying flights, refusing to answer a call from the scheduling, refusing to fly an aircraft that meets the requirements for flight, or refusing to accept voluntary or overtime flying, and to cease and desist all exhortations or communications encouraging same.

“USAPA will take all steps and measures to comply with the letter and spirit of the Court’s order and instructs and directs all US Airways pilots to do the same. Any and all acts and conduct in violation of this Order may subject individuals and those acting in concert with them to punishment under the contempt powers of the Court.”

It’ll be interesting to see if the rate of fatigued-can’t-fly calls and mechanical writeups and slow taxiing and other such activities decline.

Those who remember the American Airlines sickout of February 1999 will recall that U.S. District Judge Joe Kendall didn’t come down hard on the Allied Pilots Association and members simply because they conducted an ilegal job action.

He came down hard on them for not stopping it after he told them to.

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US Airline Pilots Association officially tells members to knock it off

On Wednesday, a U.S. District Court judge in Charlotte, N.C., found that US Airways pilots and their US Airline Pilots Association had engaged in an illegal work action. He told them to stop it immediately.

On Thursday, USAPA sent out a notice to members informing them of the judge’s decision and telling them to stop anything that they weren’t supposed to be doing:

“All US Airways pilots are instructed to fully perform their normal working schedules and practices.

“All US Airways pilots who are engaging in a concerted refusal to perform normal pilot operations are directed to cease and desist from any concerted refusal to perform normal pilot operations, by engaging in acts including but not limited to slow taxiing, writing up all maintenance items, calling in fatigued, delaying flights, refusing to answer a call from the scheduling, refusing to fly an aircraft that meets the requirements for flight, or refusing to accept voluntary or overtime flying, and to cease and desist all exhortations or communications encouraging same.

“USAPA will take all steps and measures to comply with the letter and spirit of the Court’s order and instructs and directs all US Airways pilots to do the same. Any and all acts and conduct in violation of this Order may subject individuals and those acting in concert with them to punishment under the contempt powers of the Court.”

It’ll be interesting to see if the rate of fatigued-can’t-fly calls and mechanical writeups and slow taxiing and other such activities decline.

Those who remember the American Airlines sickout of February 1999 will recall that U.S. District Judge Joe Kendall didn’t come down hard on the Allied Pilots Association and members simply because they conducted an ilegal job action.

He came down hard on them for not stopping it after he told them to.

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