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Airport Workers United

Airport workers in our union are taking on powerful airlines and WINNING!

We are baggage handlers, wheelchair agents, fuelers, cabin cleaners, janitors, security officers. Together we are fighting for #GoodAirports for working people, passengers and our communities!

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Airport Workers United

Our Movement

Our movement of airport workers is powerful! We are coming together to demand stable workplaces, where we are respected and we have what we need to create a bright and healthy future for our families, no matter where we come from or the color of our skin.

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It’s Time Airlines and Their CEOs Respect Airport Service Workers!

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Workers

Fighting to ensure every airport job is a good job.

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Passengers

Demanding better service for the hundreds of millions of passengers.

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Holding airlines accountable to our communities.

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Our Stories: Walter Thomas

June 13, 2022

Walter Thomas is a security guard at Philadelphia International Airport (PHL). He has worked at the airport for 10 years, ensuring that the airport’s hangars and warehouses are safe and secure.

Our Stories: Walter Thomas

Our Stories: Joseph Lammons

May 10, 2022

Joseph Lammons is a Cabin Cleaner at Philadelphia International Airport (PHL). He enjoys his job and ensuring that passengers have a safe and clean airplane for their travels.

Our Stories: Joseph Lammons

Our Stories: Sophia Harris

May 9, 2022

Sophia Harris is a Cargo Building Clerk at JFK. Sophia is originally from Jamaica and immigrated to the United States in 2017.

Our Stories: Sophia Harris