This page has been established to honor past and present AFA Members.
In particular, we will always remember September 11, 2001. The Flight Attendants onboard those flights will always be our heroes, and forever bring an extraordinary meaning to the 11th day of September.
If you know of an AFA Member that you feel should be recognized or honored, please contact your Local Council.
Oct 17 - Mark your calendars for October 23, 2014 at 10AM. An event
sponsored by the U.S. Equal Opportunity Commission and Committees (EEOC)
and IIT Chicago-Kent College will honor the valuable role Flight
Attendants played in fighting sex discrimination.
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Sept 9 - On September 10th, the leaders of the U.S. House and Senate will present
a Congressional Gold Medal in honor of the Fallen Heroes of 9/11.
Jul 11 - The crash of Flight 232 is regarded as one of the most successful disasters in commercial aviation.
Sept 11 - That seemingly normal day changed the
world and our lives as Flight Attendants forever. That day we lost 35 Flight Attendants, Pilots
and Customer Service Representatives.
Aug 9 - As we approach the thirteenth remembrance of September 11th, many of us will begin to plan how we’ll recognize this day.
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May 7- We
would like to send JetBlue a heartfelt thank you, as they will continue
to honor our fallen heroes by flying the American flag at gate C19
honoring the Flight Attendants we lost on UA175.
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