Piedmont Airlines Passenger Service Professionals

The Piedmont bargaining team is back at the negotiating table this week in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. The team is submitting a comprehensive proposal to the company. Sign up for updates via text!
“I’m thrilled that we’re now under the same protective umbrella as other airline employees. We’re on the front line: when passengers get mad we hear about it first. It’s a great victory. It looks like all of our work paid off. United action really works.” —DeAnna Davis, Envoy, BPT

Recent News

Your CWA bargaining team met on Nov. 9th, 2016, to review the bargaining surveys and work on bargaining proposals. On Nov. 10th we met with the company’s bargaining team for a meet-and-greet and our first bargaining session.
Justice Department confirmed that passenger service agents are, in fact, covered by legislation adopted in 2002 that set significant penalties and jail time for anyone who "interferes with airport and airline personnel who have security duties."
Bargaining begins later this year for Piedmont agents. As we draw closer to bargaining, mobilizing could not be more important.
Since June, CWA members have collected more than 1,500 signatures on a petition demanding that Congress pass a national standard protecting airport customer service agents from what is commonly known as “airport rage.”