Every month we update you on the highlights of what’s happening in your union.
Dots on a Map Episode 3
Dots on a Map Episode 3 Now Live Episode 3 of the Dots on a Map podcast, “Blue Skies on the Horizon?” focuses on the transatlantic joint ventures and features an interview with Strategic Planning Chairman Chris Hazleton. The episode is available on the DALscope.org website as well as on iTunes, Overcast and Google Play Music.
Aviation Security Handbook Published
The Aviation Security Committee has developed a quick-reference handbook with tips, information and resources on security topics, including what to do in an active shooter situation, the FFDO program, TSA/KCM and more. We encourage all pilots to familiarize themselves with the Aviation Security Handbook, available on the Delta MEC website.
Special MEC Meeting
During the days of July 12-13, the Delta MEC held a special meeting in Atlanta and focused on LOA #2 SILs and continuing preparations for Section 6 negotiations.
Check out the “Key Takeaways” for pilots from the July Special MEC Meeting. This new format offers the top takeaways from each presentation. Remember, the full open session presentations and meeting minutes will be posted to the Secretary’s Page on the Delta MEC website after they are approved by the MEC.
Retirement Ideas Recap
Over the last several months, the Retirement & Insurance Working Group has published several communications in this C2019 Preparedness series. Please visit the Delta MEC website and review all 7 C2019 Preparedness Bulletins. We hope you enjoy reviewing this research and find it helpful when responding to ongoing polling and the upcoming Contract 2019 survey.
Atlanta TRACON Tour
On Wednesday July 18, The Delta Pilot Network, in coordination with NATCA, hosted 30 Delta pilots for an in-depth, behind-the-scenes tour of the Atlanta TRACON facility in Peachtree City. The tour began with a very informative presentation from the TRACON controllers and representatives and included lively discussion amongst the controllers and the pilots.
The tour continued with a tour of the radar room where the controllers utilize the latest technology to safely guide aircraft through one of the busiest airspaces in the world. All of the Delta pilot attendees agreed that the Atlanta TRACON facility is the best in the world.