Fighting for Justice at DC Airports

Workers at Reagan International Airport and Dulles, many who juggle multiple airport jobs earn as little as $6.75-8/hr, have joined the nationwide fight for a minimum of $15/hr, a union and improved training. 

Workers at Reagan International Airport and Dulles, many who juggle multiple airport jobs earn as little as $6.75-8/hr, have joined the nationwide fight for a minimum of $15/hr, a union and improved training. DCA’s contracted airport service workers are excluded from the airport’s living wage law and are overwhelmingly African and Latino immigrants and African-Americans. They’re baggage handlers, sky caps, wheelchair attendants, cabin cleaners, ramp workers, passenger assistance representatives, check-point screeners, fuelers, and security officers.

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