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    July 16th, 2019

    “It has been publicized that Envoy has lofty fleet plan goals.”

    -Total fleet of 150 E175’s (1,700 total pilots ~)

    “Envoy are among the lowest paid in the industry,”

    -no changes in the horizon.-

    “Envoy's ability to attract and retain enough pilots to support their fleet plan is in jeopardy.”

    -That is company’s responsibility, not ALPA.-

    “The AIP would have significantly assisted Envoy's pilot recruitment and retention efforts.”

    -ALPA to the rescue again.-

    “ We insist Envoy management honor the agreement.”

    -Legally this is all they can do, hope for.-

    In Unity,

    ENY MEC Chairman

    There is absolutely nothing legally ALPA can do.
    Don’t blame your union, there are a lot of sacrifices from that group of volunteers that you guys don’t see, and the least you can do is say Thank You for all you do. They are up against a management that plays a whole different game, your union is really trying...but they are also flowing.
    No one to blame...It’s just history, repeating itself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NoOtPilot View Post
    July 16th, 2019

    “It has been publicized that Envoy has lofty fleet plan goals.”

    -Total fleet of 150 E175’s (1,700 total pilots ~)

    “Envoy are among the lowest paid in the industry,”

    -no changes in the horizon.-

    “Envoy's ability to attract and retain enough pilots to support their fleet plan is in jeopardy.”

    -That is company’s responsibility, not ALPA.-

    “The AIP would have significantly assisted Envoy's pilot recruitment and retention efforts.”

    -ALPA to the rescue again.-

    “ We insist Envoy management honor the agreement.”

    -Legally this is all they can do, hope for.-

    In Unity,

    ENY MEC Chairman

    There is absolutely nothing legally ALPA can do.
    Don’t blame your union, there are a lot of sacrifices from that group of volunteers that you guys don’t see, and the least you can do is say Thank You for all you do. They are up against a management that plays a whole different game, your union is really trying...but they are also flowing.
    No one to blame...It’s just history, repeating itself.
    This sounds like begging to me. If Envoy management or AAG was looking to “soften the beachhead” a bit by the tactic of frustrating delay (another common tactic against labor), it sounds like it is once again having some effectiveness. Nothing is ever gained from a position of weakness either actual or perceived.

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