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    Proposed NATCA amendment re: contract extensions

    The new deadline for submitting constitutional amendment proposals is August 8th, 2021. I'm planning on sending one in saying the NEB has to notify the membership when they start contract-level talks (which means negotiating a new contract or negotiating a contract extension), and one saying...
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    Class C contract towers

    I was under the impression that the only towers the FAA has ever contracted out are "VFR only" Class D towers, meaning tower-only facilities that do not run their own approach controls (though they may or may not have a radar feed from the overlying approach). I was reading Against the Wind, the...
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    Slate Book extended until July 2026

    Dear Brothers and Sisters, We are pleased to announce that our Union has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to extend the Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) that covers the air traffic control specialists, traffic management...
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    Serious Contracting out low-level towers

    Section 804 From this thread, I see that the following facilities have lost or will lose their TRACONs: ERI (to BUF) CAK/MFD (to CLE) FNT/GRR/LAN/MBS/MKG (to AZO) PIA/SPI (to T75) PSC (to GEG) RDG (to MDT) BFL (to FAT) ALO (to DSM) BGM/ELM (to AVP) HUF (to IND) Have any of the resulting...
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    Overseas contract questions

    Anyone currently working contract towers in the middle east (midwest, IAP, KBR etc.)? Looking for basic info on what to expect if I decide to go that route since I will be separating soon. Thanks.
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    NATCA Slate Book v2

    The ERR MOU sections don't appear to be integrated into the slate book.
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