While CEO’s have made public statements and letters available to their front line employees, assuring that they filed for the grant money and shared their hopes and plans moving forward once the money is received.

Mr. Parker, why do you insist in keeping your employees and staff in the dark?
Your front line employees deserve respect, the same respect that Delta and United CEO’s have for front line employees, colleagues and team members.

STOP HIDING BEHIND YOUR SILENCE AND TELL THEM THE TRUTH. COMPROMISE ANS SHOW THAT YOU BELIEVE IN THE COMPANY YOU ARE TRYING TO BUILD.


United Airlines
“If the recovery is as slow as we fear, it means our airline and our workforce will have to be smaller than it is today,” "This federal assistance buys us time to adapt to this new environment. But, what this means for you right now is that United will not conduct involuntary furloughs or pay cuts in the U.S. before September 30th,"

CEO Oscar Munoz &
President Scott Kirby
In a letter to staff that was publicly released.

Delta Airlines
“We submitted our application this morning to Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin for our share of the worker-protection grants,”

Ed Bastian
Wrote to employees.


Mr. Parker over 100,000 employees of your airline are still waiting to hear from you.

IT’S TIME