As U.S. airlines continue to enjoy soaring profits, airline food workers aren’t earning our fair share of this success despite our integral role in the industry.

We’re Fed Up with lousy wages and substandard healthcare.

Across the country, over 18,000 airline food workers are joining together in national negotiations for better union contracts.

We’re ready to do whatever it takes to get what we deserve!

In December, hundreds of airline food workers in cities across the U.S. will participate in demonstrations to send a clear message to American, Delta, and United Airlines going into 2019: we’re FED UP, and we won’t take it anymore!

Click to see photos from each city!

Dharon Golding

Dharon Golding

Chicago — O’Hare Airport

"My co-workers and I are dependable, long-term employees that make sure the flights get out on time. We deserve the same as everyone else who works in the airline industry."

Sonia Toledo

Sonia Toledo

MIA — Miami International Airport

"The work I do benefits American Airlines—a huge, profitable airline—but I’m scared that I won’t be able to afford to pay for a doctor if either my husband or I need medical treatment."

Nelson Robinson

Nelson Robinson

Washington, D.C. — Reagan National Airport

"My family is a proud airline family, but it’s hard working in airline catering because the pay is so low. You want to do stuff for your family, but the pay doesn’t allow it."