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AICA is a labor union with a better Constitution and Bylaws. The first duty of
any labor union is to protect each member - as an individual - from adverse job
action. This adverse job action is not limited to company actions but also
considers those actions that could be taken by unscrupulous union leaders.
AICA’s Constitution guarantees a member’s Bill of Rights. It also provides that
no disciplinary actions will be taken against a member for any reason. AICA’s
Constitution and Bylaws honors the contractual relationship that exists between
itself as an institution and each individual member.
- AICA’s Constitution and Bylaws provide that both pro and con opinion reports
will be given to the membership on any issue submitted for ratification.
- AICA is trust. Trust that you and your views will be treated fairly when they are
discussed and presented to others.
- AICA is respect. Respect for the individual and for the sincerity of his or her
thoughts, whether or not they are popular at the moment.
- AICA is worthy. Worthy of the confidence placed therein by our customers who
pay our salaries and mortgages and college tuitions for our children.
- AICA is an organization founded in integrity, trust and honor.
- AICA is an organization that recognizes that our careers are linked to the
success of American Airlines.
- AICA is duly recognized by the Department of Labor as a Labor Union
- AICA is registered with the IRS as a tax-exempt organization.