Allied Pilots Association spokesman Dennis Tajer on pilots' lawsuit against American Airlines

Dennis Tajer, pilot and communications committee chairman for the Allied Pilots Association, weighs in on American Airlines pilots’ decision to file suit against the firm to halt flights to China.

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  1. Honesty Counts on April 9, 2020 at 6:52 pm

    Imagine a bus driver, who is ordered to drive his bus into an active war zone, where he has a high probability of getting killed. It was not in his job description to die for his job, so of course, he’s going to sue to try to stop the company from forcing him to drive into the war zone.

  2. Harry Chu on April 9, 2020 at 7:11 pm

    This self righteous fella needs to get some perspective. He is doing a job that is equivalent to a Grey Hound Bus driver or NYC subway operator.

  3. pca 123 on April 9, 2020 at 7:25 pm

    When workers have to SUE the company they work for, just to prevent them from dying, that shows you how BAD that company really is. Do not fly on American Airlines, their aircraft probably has leftover virus remains on them from them flying to China and back. A flight on American Airlines = instant virus infection for passengers.

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