Transport Workers Union | Local  570 

Envoy Air (American Eagle) JFK | LGA | MIA | RDU  -  AMT | FSC | GSE | ICS 

Spirit Airlines | FLL - Guest Service Agents


TWU honored Rail Division Chair John Feltz

Today for 50 years of membership and exceptional service. International Administrative VP Mike Mayes, Executive VP Alex Garcia, International President John Samuelsen, and Administrative VP Curtis Tate presented a plaque to John and  his wife Judy, at the International Executive Council meeting in Chicago. 

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Celebrating AMT Day 2024: Honoring Our Skilled AMTs

On May 24, 2024, we celebrate AMT Day to recognize the invaluable contributions of Aircraft Maintenance Technicians (AMTs). As TWU Local 570 members, you are the backbone of aviation safety and reliability. Today, we thank you for your dedication and commitment.

 The Heartbeat of Aviation

Your meticulous work ensures every aircraft operates smoothly and safely. From routine checks to complex repairs, your expertise keeps flights on schedule and passengers secure.

 Honoring a Legacy

AMT Day honors Charles E. Taylor, the first aviation mechanic. His legacy lives on in you as you uphold high standards in maintenance and safety.

Happy AMT Day to all our exceptional AMTs at TWU Local 570!

JFK Member Appreciation Nov 2023

MIA Member Appreciation Dec 2023

FLL Member Appreciation Dec 2023

RDU Member Appreciation Dec 2023

Maggie Hassan | U.S. Senator for 

New Hampshire

On behalf of the Transport Workers Union | Local 570, we thank you, Mr. Hector Bravo and Mr. Emmanuel Petrakis, for your heroic effort to save the life of Michael Tolfa, an American Eagle Aircraft Mechanic and retired USMC Sergeant, by performing CPR. Your brave and selfless actions serve as a reminder of the importance of looking out for one another and coming together in times of need. Your courage and dedication to your fellow Union Brother is an example that will long be remembered.

Envoy Air Presidents from Locals 570, 571, 572, 575, and 576 resumed council meetings at the TWU International Offices with International Rep. Jose Galarza this week, where they collaborated and built strategies for advancing the fight.

Martin Luther King Jr. Day 2023 

In December 1998, Business Express Airlines announced that AMR Eagle Holding Corp., a unit of AMR Corporation and parent of American Eagle Airlines and Executive Airlines, would purchase the airline.

KISS OF LIFE"

In 1968, the author received the Pulitzer Prize for this photograph - one of the most prestigious awards in the United States, which is awarded for achievements in music, cinema, theater and journalism.

The picture shows two electricians, Randall Champion and Jay Thompson, hanging from a power pole. That day there was a strong heat and nothing foreshadowed trouble. The hum of air conditioners in July 1967 was heard throughout the state of Florida. Because of them, in the city of Jacksonville, there was an overload of power lines, and this caused a power surge.

Randall and Jay were doing routine maintenance on a live line when Randall accidentally touched one of the wires. A discharge of 4000 V passed through the body and his heart stopped. For understanding: during the execution in the electric chair, a voltage of 2000 V is used

Randall's lifeless body hung from the harness. But his partner Jay did not lose his head, realizing that every second is precious, he began to give him artificial respiration right on the pole. It was very inconvenient, but there was no other way out. In such a situation, it is difficult to conduct a normal resuscitation, but Jay still tried to start his friend's heart until he had a weak pulse.

Only after that he unhooked his partner's insurance and, throwing him over his shoulder, went down to the ground. By the time the rescuers arrived (they were called by professional photographer Rocco Morabito, who happened to be at the scene), Champion was already conscious on the ground.

Not only was he saved, thanks to Thompson, but he lived another 35 years. The electrician died in 2003 at the age of 64.

Thompson is alive today.


Workers Memorial Day 

April 28, 2023 

Honoring Fallen Workers