Bargaining Updates

By clicking on the links below you can review each article of the Tentative Agreement and take a look at the Wage Rates. You can also use an online Wage Estimator.
CWA and Piedmont Airlines reached a tentative agreement on January 26, 2018, which provides significant improvements in the collective bargaining agreement, including wage increases across the board and new defined pay scales.
The CWA and Piedmont bargaining teams met January 23-26. We reached a Tentative Agreement that accomplishes many of the goals we had going into bargaining, including a pay raise for all members.
Our CWA bargaining team met with the company’s bargaining team from November 7-9 and continued working toward a fair and equitable contract. Talks and proposals were focused on economics for all three days.
The CWA bargaining team met with the company’s bargaining team October 10-12 to continue working towards a fair and equitable contract for all members. Over the course of the three days we focused on economics.
The CWA bargaining team met on August 14 in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, to work on counter proposals we received from the company during our last round of bargaining. We also worked on our economic package.
The CWA bargaining team met on July 17 in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, to work on counter proposals we received from the company during our last round of bargaining.
The CWA bargaining team met on May 16, in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, to work on answers to proposals and counter proposals received during our last round of bargaining.
The CWA Bargaining Team met on April 18, in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, to work on answers to proposals and counter proposals we received during our last round of bargaining. On April 19 and 20, we met with the company’s bargaining team to continue working toward a fair and equitable contract.
The CWA bargaining team met with the Piedmont bargaining team on March 7, 8, and 9, in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. We saw significant progress and movement on a number of our proposals.
Bargaining committees representing the Union and the Company met on February 14, 15, and 16, in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. The meeting began with the Company's presentation of a counter proposal to the Union's November 10th proposal on Article 6, Hours of Service.