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Allied Pilots Association (APA) Spokespersons Available for 9/11 Interviews Representing the Pilots of American Airlines

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Allied Pilots Association (APA) Spokespersons Available for 9/11 Interviews Representing the Pilots of American Airlines

Allied Pilots Association (APA) Spokespersons Available for 9/11 Interviews Representing the Pilots of American Airlines

--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Allied Pilots Association (APA):

WHAT: Availability of APA officials for news media contacts concerning the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.

WHO:

  • Dallas/Fort Worth: APA Secretary-Treasurer First Officer Scott Shankland, tel. 817-690-5078/First Officer Howie Schack, tel. 817-994-4321;
  • Washington, D.C.: APA Vice President First Officer Tony Chapman, tel. 214-477-4969; and
  • New York: APA Communications Committee Chairman Captain Sam Mayer, tel. 203-731-1112.

Founded in 1963, the Allied Pilots Association—the largest independent pilot union in the U.S.—is headquartered in Fort Worth, Texas. APA represents the 11,000 pilots of American Airlines (NYSE: AMR), including more than 1,000 pilots not yet offered recall from furlough. The furloughs began shortly after the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks. Also, several hundred American Airlines pilots are on full-time military leave of absence serving in the armed forces. The union’s Web site address is www.alliedpilots.org. American Airlines is the nation’s largest international passenger carrier and fifth-largest cargo carrier.

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