AA certainly has issues with labor. This unsurprisingly trickles down to their subsidiaries.Dude deserves what's coming to him. Unconscionable a mechanic would stoop to that level.
That said, AA's management should probably stop being a-holes and bargain in good faith. Actions can have unintended consequences.
So for Alaska mechanics the ASAP program is worthless and they will throw all your ASAP reports in your face when they fire you? Why would mechanics even fill them out then?Seems the mechanic has already been fired from Alaska, while he was simultaneously working for AA.
The American Airlines mechanic charged with sabotaging a plane was previously fired from another airline
Best shot is 50% of that.I've seen people drive slow, work slow or pretend to be dumb but I've never seen anyone deliberately try to hurt an airplane to get some overtime. I hope this guy gets convicted of the federal crimes he's admitted to, I hope he gets some mental help as well.
Did the article say that AS gave those out? I assumed they became public record to a degree because they were part of his lawsuit. Which he lost. Which he deserved to lose by the look of things."Alaska does not comment on specific personnel matters of past and present employees."
except, pulling their asaps and giving them to the press, I assume...
It never even crossed my mind that they could show up in that lawsuit. Good pointDid the article say that AS gave those out? I assumed they became public record to a degree because they were part of his lawsuit. Which he lost. Which he deserved to lose by the look of things.
Ya know.... our justice system is perfectly capable of processing terrorists and their crimes.No it was not. It was criminal. And the criminal justice system is perfectly capable. No need for extrajudicial tribunals or more civil rights taken.
Agreed, in fact it was capable in 2000. With no need for the government bloat and seizure of freedoms.Ya know.... our justice system is perfectly capable of processing terrorists and their crimes.
I can think of a few folks enjoying the bologna sandwiches at Florence and Terre Haute.