The Aircraft Mechanics Fraternal Association is a craft oriented, independent aviation union created in 1962. AMFA's mission is to raise the standards of and increase recognition of the aircraft technician and related craft or class for the protection of the profession. AMFA is committed to elevating the professional standing of aviation maintenance technicians and to achieving continued improvements in wages, benefits, and working conditions of the skilled craftsmen and women it represents. AMFA's commitment to the public is, through ceaseless vigilance, to ensure the safety of the air transport industry.
Active Membership includes those who are actively engaged in regular aircraft maintenance and/or related class and craft work carried on by any certifed commercial carrier, private carrier, or general aviation operator and who are represented by this Assocaition under his/her contract agreement.
AMFA currently represents the Mechanics and Related Class and Craft at Alaska Airlines and Southwest Airlines.
Active Associate and Associate Membership is also available to airline/aircraft mechanics and related personnel not employed by an AMFA represented carrier who is actively involved in the avaition industry as defined by the National Mediation Board. To learn more about Active Associate and Associate Membership or if you would like to become a Member of AMFA, please view the Active Asssociate and Associate Membership Application.
More information about the rights and responsibilities of being an AMFA member can be found in the AMFA Constitution.
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