Guide to the United States Emergency Board No. 135 Transcript of Proceedings and Exhibits,
1927-1961

Collection Number: 5056

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Title:
United States. Emergency Board No. 135. Transcript of proceedings and exhibits, 1927-1961.
Collection Number:
5056
Creator:
United States. Emergency Board No. 135.
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2 linear feet.
Forms of Material:
Transcript of proceedings and exhibits.
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Kheel Center for Labor-Management Documentation and Archives, Cornell University Library
Abstract:
Transcript of proceedings and exhibits of the Emergency Board No. 135, 1961. Wages and hours case. Pan American World Airways, Inc. and the Flight engineers International Association, PAA Chapter, 1927-1961.
Language:
Collection material in English


ORGANIZATIONAL HISTORY

The Emergency Board was established by Executive Order 10919 of February 17, 1961 as a result of the dispute over the terms of a new contract between the Pan American World Airways, Inc. and the Flight Engineers International Association.
The union submitted proposals for a reduction of flight time hours, increased pay, and additional furlough pay. These demands, which would have necessitated the employment of additional flight engineers at considerable company expense, came at a time when the composition of the cockpit crew was under fire in the airline industry (crew composition controversy). The controversy was one of representation of the flight engineer by either FEIA of ALPA, brought to a head by the National Mediation Board's decision re: United Airlines in favor of unilateral representation by the ALPA (Air Line Pilots Association) . As a result of the aforesaid, a presidential commission was established to Investigate this industry wide controversy.
Emergency Board No. 135 was chaired by G. Allan Dash and had as members Arthur Stark and Edward A. Lynch. The board conducted proceedings from April to June 8, 1961, running concurrently, incidentally, with those of the presidential commission.

SUBJECTS

Names:
United States Emergency Board No. 135, 1961 .
Flight Engineers' International Association.
Pan American World Airways.

Subjects:
Airlines--Employees--Labor unions--United States--Sources.
Arbitration, Industrial--United States--Sources.


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I. Transcripts
17 Volumes. 2008 pages.
II. Carrier Exhibits.
1. New York Times Article Dated May 14, 1961 Regarding FEIA proposal to Presidential Commission For Settlement of Dispute with Pilots Union.
2. Report of Airline Presidential Commission (Summary).
3. Report of Airline Presidential Commission (Summary).
4. Statement By the President Following Receipt of the Reports of the Presidential Commission of the Airlines Controversy and the Northeast Airlines Emergency Board.
5. Report to the President By Emergency Board--Northeast Airlines.
6. Pan American Route Map.
7. Chronology of Events.
8. Estimated Impact of Flight Engineer Strike of February, 1961 on Pan American's Gross Revenues and Estimated Average Revenue Loss Per Flight Engineer Employee.
9. History of Collective Bargaining Agreements.
10. Number of Check Engineers, Engineer Officers and Assistant Engineer Officers By Base Station as of April 15, 1961.
11. Distribution of PAA Airline Employees By Craft or Class as of December 31, 1960.
12. Analysis of Total 1960 Airline Payroll.
13. Summary of Total Flight Engineer Group.
14. The Number and Average Age of Check Engineers, Engineer Officers and Assistant Engineer Officers as of April 15, 1961.
15. Analysis of Flight Engineer Education Upon Initial Employment.­
16. Schedule of Last Jobs and Wage Rates of PAA Flight Engineers Prior to Employment By PAA.
17. Distribution of 1960 Gross Earnings of Flight Engineers Who Were Active For Entire Year.
18. Years of Service For Pay Purposes By Equipment For Check Engineers, Engineer Officers and Assistant Engineer as of April 15, 1961.
19. Comparison of PAA and Selected Airlines Ratio of International Revenue Ton Miles to Total Revenue Ton Miles for Year 1960.
20. Summary of Equipment Operated by PAA, AAL, EAL, NAL, NWA, TWA, VAL as of December 31, 1960.
21. Aircraft owned and leased by PAA from 1946 through 1960 as of December 31 of each year and for April 1, 1961.
22. Pan American Jet Aircraft on Order, Delivered and Estimated Delivery Dates of Undelivered Aircraft as of April 1, 1961.
23. Comparison of Definition of "Engineer Officer" Provisions of PAA-FEIA Agreement Dated October 25, 1957 with PAA Proposal Dated May 5, 1960 and the Applicable Civil Air Regulations.
24. Comparison of Missing, Internment, Prisoner of War or Hostage Provisions of PAA-FEIA Agreement Dated October 25, 1957 with PAA Proposal Dated May 5, 1960 and Similar Provisions of other Airline Agreements Governing Non-Pilot Flight Engineers.
25. Comparison of Emergency Furlough Provisions of PAA-FEIA Agreement Dated October 25, 1957 with PAA Proposal Dated May 5, 1960 and Similar Provisions of Other Airline Agreements Governing Non-Pilot Flight Engineers.
26. Comparison of Emergency Furlough Provisions of PAA-FEIA Agreement Dated October 25, 1957 with PAA Proposal Dated May 5, 1960 and Similar Provisions of Other PAA Agreements Governing Emergency Furlough.
27. Comparison of Training and Qualifications Provisions of PAA-FEIA Agreement Dated October 25, 1957 with FEIA Proposals Dated April 15, 1960 and Similar Provisions of Other Airline Agreements Governing Non-Pilot Flight Engineers.
28. Comparison of Seniority List Provisions of PAA-FEIA Agreement Dated October 25, 1957 with FEIA Proposal Dated April 15, 1960 and Similar Provisions of PAA Agreements Governing Other Classes and Crafts.
29. Comparison of Seniority List Provisions of PAA-FEIA Agreement Dated October 25, 1957 with FEIA Proposal Dated April 15, 1960 and Similar Provisions of Other Airline Agreements Governing Non-Pilot Flight Engineers.
30. Comparison of Furlough Pay Provisions of PAA-FEIA Agreement Dated October 25, 1957 with FEIA Proposal Dated April 15, 1960 and Similar Provisions of Other Airline Agreements Governing Non-Pilot Flight Engineers.
31. Comparison of Provisions of PAA-FEIA Agreement Dated October 25, 1957 with FEIA Proposal Dated April 15, 1960 Regarding Details of and Expenses in Connection with Recall and Similar Provisions of Other Airline Agreements Governing Non-Pilot Flight Engineers.
32. Comparison of Flight Engineer Pay Formula Factors, PAA Present, FEIA Proposed and Other Carriers Employing Non-Pilot Flight Engineers as of April 1, 1961.
33. Comparison of Present and Proposed Engineer Officer and Assistant Engineer Officer Guarantee.
34. Comparison of PAA Present and FEIA Proposed Engineer Officer and Assistant Engineer Officer Pay for 70, 75, 80 and 85 Hours for all Equipment.
35A. Comparison of PAA Flight Engineer Monthly Guarantees with Non-Pilot Flight Engineer Monthly Guarantees of Other Carriers by Equipment.
35. Comparison of PAA Flight Engineers Monthly Guarantee Hours with the Monthly Guarantee Hours of Other Carriers Employing Non-Pilot Flight Engineers.
36. Comparison of PAA Engineer Officer Pay on Piston Equipment at 70, 75, 80 and 85 Hours with Pay of Flight Engineers and Other Carriers Employing Non-Pilot Engineers.
37. Comparison of PAA Engineer Officer Pay on Jet Equipment with Engineer Officer Pay on Carriers Employing Non-Pilot Flight Engineers on Same Equipment at 70, 75, 80 and 85 Hours.
38. Comparison of Pan American Maximum Engineer Officer Pay with Maximum Engineer Officer Pay (On Various Aircraft) for such Aircraft on other Carriers Employing Non-Pilot Engineers, with the Industry Average of such other Carriers and with FEIA Proposal at 70, 80 and 85 Hours.
39. Analysis of Flight Engineer Utilization Summary of Annual Flight Engineer and Assistant Flight Engineer Pay and Productive Hours 1956 through 1960 and a Comparison of Average -Pay Hours with Average Productive Hours.
40. Excerpt from the State of the Union Address of the President to the Congress, January 7, 1960.
41. Excerpts from Report to the President of the United States on the Labor Dispute in the Basic Steel Industry.
42. Excerpt from Report to the President of Emergency Board Created January 13, 1951 in RE American Airlines, Inc. and Air Line Pilots Association (No. 94).
43. Excerpt from Basic Facts on Productivity Change, Occasional Paper 63, National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc.
44. Statement Re Average Gain in Productivity as Standard for Wage Increases.
45. Excerpt from Productivity and Wage Settlements Published in 1961 by the Chamber of Commerce of the United States.
46. Comparison of Flight Engineer Officers by Status and Equipment Exclusive of Checks and Supervisors. January 1, 1957 to April 15, 1961.
47. Excerpt from the Current Contract Between General Motors Corporation and United Auto Workers Regarding Productivity or Improvement Wage Factors.
48. Comparison of Maximum Flight Engineer Officer and Assistant Flight Engineer Officer Rates Inflated for Change in Consumer Price Index and for Various Productivity Improvement Factors with Current 80 Hour DC-8 Yields.
49. Comparison of 80 Hour FEO Maximum Yield Under 1953 Agreement Inflated for Consumer Price Index Change and Inflated by Various Productivity Improvement Factors to 80 Hour FEO Maximum Yield Under Present Agreement.
50. Average Yield from Passenger, Cargo and U. S. Mail Years 1946-1960.
51. Analysis of Percentages of increase of June 1, 1957 FEIA Agreement Over Previous Rates and of Percentage Differentials Between DC-7C Rates and Jet Rates in Present Agreement at 70, 80 and 85 Hour Yields For Top Rate Flight Engineer Officers.
52. Comparison of Maximum FEO 80 Hour Yields of Various Piston Aircraft Inflated for Consumer Price Index Change and for Various Productivity Improvement Factors to Maximum FEO 80 Hour Yields of Various Higher Rated Aircraft Under 1957 FEIA Agreement.
53. Analysis of Increased Annual Cost of Promoting Assistant Engineer Officers to Engineer Officers Upon Completion of Three and One-half Years of Service as Assistant Engineer Officers as Proposed by FEIA.
54. Comparison of Operational Duty Pay Provisions of PAA-FEIA Agreement Dated October 25, 1957 with similar Provisions of Other Airline Agreements Governing Non-Pilot Flight Engineers.
55. Civil Air Regulations Re Flight Time Limitations.
56. Comparison of Flight Time Limitations Provisions of PAA- FEIA Agreement Dated October 25, 1957 with FEIA Proposal Dated April 15, 1960 and Provisions of Other Airline Agreements Governing Non-Pilot Flight Engineers.
56A. Computation of Flight Engineers and Pilots Staffing Rate in Monthly Flight Hours Per Employee.
56B. Hours Used For Computation of Cost Impact of FEIA Proposals to Revise Article II.
57. Corrected: Analysis of Annual Cost Impact of FEIA Proposal to Limit Flight Time to 210 Hours Per Calendar Quarter.
57A. Corrected: Analysis of Annual Cost Impact of FEIA Proposal to Limit Flight Time to 210 Hours Per Calendar Quarter.
58. Analysis of the Annual Cost Impact of the FEIA Proposal to Limit Flight Engineer Duty to 8 Hours Per Flight and Total Duty to 12 Hours in any 24 Hour Period.
58A. Analysis of the Annual Cost Impact of the FEIA Proposal to Limit Flight Engineer Duty to 8 Hours Per Flight and Total Duty to 12 Hours in any 24 Hour Period.
59. Comparison of "Actual or Scheduled" Provisions of PAA- FEIA Agreement Dated October 25, 1957 with FEIA Proposal Dated April 15, 1960 and Similar Provisions of Other Airline Agreements Governing Non-Pilot Flight Engineers.
60. Corrected: Analysis of Annual Cost Impact of FEIA Proposal to Credit Scheduled or Actual Flight Time, Whichever is Greater.
60A. Analysis of Annual Cost Impact of FEIA Proposal to Credit Scheduled or Actual Flight Time, Whichever is Greater.
61. Comparison of Minimum Flight Time Credit for Time Away Provisions of PAA-FEIA Agreement Dated October 25, 1957, FEIA Proposal Dated April 15, 1960, PAA-FEIA. Understanding Dated October 2, 1960, and Similar Provisions of Other Airline Agreements Governing Non-Pilot Flight Engineers.
62. Analysis of Annual Impact of FEIA Proposal to Provide Minimum Flight Time Credits For Time Away (Article 11(d)).
62A. Analysis of Annual Impact of FEIA Proposal to Provide Minimum Flight Time Credits for Flight Time Limitation and Flying Pay Purposes.
63. Comparison of Minimum Credit for Reporting for Flight Duty Provisions of PAA-FEIA Agreement Dated October 25, 1957 with FEIA Proposal Dated April 15, 1960 and Similar Provisions of Other Airline Agreements Governing Non- Pilot Flight Engineers.
64. Comparison of Days Free of Duty Provisions of PAA-FEIA Agreement Dated October 25, 1957 with FEIA Proposal Dated April 15, 1960 and Similar Provisions of Other Airline Agreements Governing Non-Pilot Flight Engineers.
65 Analysis of Annual Cost Impact of FEIA Proposal to Give Engineers 10 or More Calendar Days Free of Duty Each Calendar Month and 36 or More Calendar Days Free of Duty Each Calendar Quarter at Their Base Station (Based on 10 percent Sample for Third Quarter, 1960).
65A. Analysis of Annual Cost Impact of FEIA Proposal to Give Engineers 10 or More Calendar Days Free of Duty Each Calendar Month and 36 or More Calendar Days Free of Duty Each Calendar Quarter at Their Base Station (Based on 10 percent Sample For Third Quarter, 1960).
66. Monthly Average Days Away From Base Station By Status and Equipment For First Three Quarters of 1960.
67. History of Activities and Earnings of Selected Flight Engineer Officers.
68. Examples of Elapsed Time Patterns for Piston Equipment Where Single Engineer Utilized.
69. Examples of Patterns for piston Equipment Showing High Percentage of Ground Time to Total Time Where Single Engineer Utilized.
70. Typical Piston Schedules for 1958 for Latin American Division/New York Based Flight Engineers.
71. Typical Jet Schedules for 1961 for Overseas Division/ New York Based B-707 and DC-8 Flight Engineers.
72. Typical B-707 Schedules as Awarded to TWA Flight Engineers in the International Operation/New York Base for 2nd Quarter 1961.
73. Typical B-707 Schedules As Awarded to AAL Los Angeles and Dallas Based Flight Engineers for 2nd Quarter 1961.
74. Flight Engineer Schedule Policy New York Base.
75. Flight Engineer Monthly Printed Schedule DC-8 Aircraft Overseas Division - IDL Base.
76. Comparison of Base Station Scheduling Policy Provisions of PAA-FEIA Agreement Dated October 25, 1957 with FEIA Proposal Dated April 15, 1960 and Similar Provisions of Other Airline Agreements Governing Non-Pilot Flight Engineers.
77. Comparison of Restriction on Dual Aircraft Assignments Provisions of PAA-FEIA Agreement Dated October 25, 1957 with FEIA Proposal Dated April 1960 and Similar Provisions of Other Airline Agreements Governing Non-Pilot Flight Engineers.
78. Comparison of traveling Expense and Layover Facilities Provisions of PAA-FEIA Agreement Dated October 25, 1957 with FEIA Proposal Dated April 15, 1960 and Similar Provisions of Other Airline Agreements Governing Non- Pilot Flight Engineers.
79. Estimated Annual Increased Cost Impact of FEIA Proposal to Provide Single Room Accommodations with Present Classification Structure.
80. Estimated Annual Increased Cost Impact of FEIA Proposal to Provide Single Room Accommodations for Flight Engineer Officers Governing Effect to Proposal for Automatic Promotion of Assistant FEO's.
81. Comparison of Vacation Provisions of PAA-FEIA Agreement Dated October 25, 1957 with FEIA Proposal Dated April 15, 1960 end Similar Provisions of Other Airline Agreements Governing Non-Pilot Flight Engineers.
82. Excerpts from Report to the president by the Emergency Board No. 122.
83. Pan American's Return on Investment and Deficiency Below 10.5 percent Return Excluding Capital Gains on Flight Equipment for the Years Ended December 31, 1957, 1958, 1959 and 1960.
84. Cost of Jet Equipment Program and Source of Funds.
85. Comparison of Operating Revenues and Expenses and Operating Ratios By Months for Tears 1958, 1959, 1960 and First Quarter 1961.­
86. Comparison of Number of Passengers Carried by Pan American and by all IATA Carriers and Pan American's Percent of Total by Areas for the First Six Months of 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959, and 1960.
87. Comparison of Number of Scheduled Flights Operated by Transatlantic IATA Carriers in July of 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959, and 1960.
88. Additional Competitive U. S. - Latin American Air Services Established Since July 1, 1956.
89. Competitive Weekly Flight Frequencies in the Pacific Area 1 During the Month of July 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959, and 1960.
90. During the Last Five Years the New Income Produced Per Employee Has Decreased 54.3 Percent Despite the Fact that the Average Investment Required Per Employee Increased 104 Percent While Net Income Per Employee Per $1,000 Investment Decreased 77.6 Percent.
91. Operating Expenses Per Employee Have Increased At A Faster Bate Than Operating Revenues Per Employee Resulting In A Steadily Worsening Position--Years 1956-1960.
92. Comparison of the Percentage of Increase in the Weight Available for Revenue and the Operating Cost Per Flight Hour for the DC-7C and DC-8 on a NYK-ROM and NYK-PAR Flight.
93. Comparison of Base Station Transfer Expenses Provisions of PAA-FEIA Agreement Dated October 25, 1957 with FEIA Proposal Dated April 15, 1960 and Similar Provisions of Other Airline Agreements Governing Non-Pilot Flight Engineers.
94. Computation of Increased Individual Transfer Costs Between Selected Bases As Proposed FEIA Article 12 (j).
95, Pertinent Provisions of Title II, The Railway Labor Act, As Amended.
96 Comparison of Board of Adjustment Provisions of PAA-FEIA Agreement Dated October 25, 1957 with FEIA Proposal Dated April 15, 1960 and Similar Provisions of Other Airline Agreements Governing Non-Pilot Flight Engineers.
98. Comparison of Physical Examinations Provisions of PAA-FEIA Agreement Dated October 25, 1960 with FEIA Proposal Dated April 15, 1960 and Similar Provisions of Other Airline Agreements Governing Non-Pilot Flight Engineers.
99. Comparison of Missing, Internment, Prisoner of War or Hostage Provisions of PAA-FEIA Agreement Dated October 25, 1957 with FEIA Proposal Dated April 15, 1960 and Similar Provisions of Other Airline Agreements Governing Non-Pilot Flight Engineers.
100, Comparison of Group Life Insurance Provisions of PAA- FEIA Agreement Dated October 25, 1957 with FEIA Proposal Dated April 15, 1960 and Similar Provisions of Other Airline Agreements Governing Non-Pilot Flight Engineers.
101. Estimated Annual Cost Impact of FEIA Proposal that the Employee Group Insurance Plan be made Non-Contributory.
102. Comparison of Employer and Employee Contributions-Pension Provisions of PAA-FEIA Agreement Dated October 25, 1957 with FEIA Proposal Dated April 15, 1960 and Similar Provisions of Other Airline Agreements Governing Non-Pilot Flight Engineers.
103. Comparison of Employer and Employee Contributions Provisions of PAA Flight Engineer Pension Plan with FEIA Proposal Dated April 15, 1960 and Similar Provisions of Other Airline Pension Plans Governing Non-Pilot Flight Engineers.
104. Estimated Annual Cost Impact of FEIA Proposal that the Cooperative Retirement Income Trust Plan for Flight Engineers be Amended to make it Non-Contributory (Based on Experience for the Calendar Year 1960).
105. Estimated Annual Cost Impact of FEIA Proposal that the Cooperative Retirement Income Trust Plan for Flight Engineers be Amended to make it Non-Contributory (Based on Experience for the Calendar year of 1960 Increased for Proposed Rates).
106. Examples of Pan American World Airways, Inc. Collective Bargaining Agreements in which the Pay Provision Became Effective After the Reopening Date of the Preceding Agreement.
107. Excerpt from Report to the President by Emergency Board No. 93.
108. Comparison of Duration Provisions of PAA-FEIA Agreement Dated October 25, 1957 with Similar Provisions of Other Airline Agreements Governing Non-Pilot Flight Engineers.
109. Comparison of Dual Assignment Pay Provisions of PAA-FEIA Agreement Dated October 25, 1957 with FEIA Proposal Dated April 15, 1960 and Similar Provisions of Other Airline Agreements Governing Non-Pilot Flight Engineers.
110. Comparison of Vacation Entitlement Provisions of PAA- FEIA Agreement Dated October 25, 1957 with Similar Provisions of Other Airline Agreements Governing Non- Pilot Flight Engineers.
111. Comparison of Deadheading Provisions of PAA-FEIA Agreement Dated October 25, 1957 and Similar Provisions of Other Airline Agreements Governing Non-Pilot Flight Engineers.­
112. Analysis of Cost Potential of FEIA Proposed Article 8(c) Furlough Pay as Compared with Interim Agreement and Present Agreement.
113. Analysis of FEIA Exhibit No. 67 Index of Hourly Rate of Selected Clerical Workers Compared with Index of Earnings of PAA Flight Engineers from 1945 to 1960.
114. Index of Hourly Rate of Senior Stock Clerk Compared with Index of Monthly Earnings of Flight Engineers.
115. Analysis of FEIA Exhibit No. 66 "Hourly Wage Rates of Service Supply Clerk."
116. Going Industry Stock Clerk and Senior Stock Clerk Rates at Time of PAA Contract Reopening.
117. Analysis of Increased Annual Cost Impact of FEIA Proposed Pay Rates Based on Status and Equipment Distribution at 80 Hours as of April 15, 1961.
118. Summary of Estimated Increased Annual Cost Impact of FEIA Proposals.
III. Union Exhibits.
1. Envelope
2. Number of Flight Engineers Involved Pan American Airways, Inc.
3. Civil Aircraft Operated Pan American Airways, Inc. as of December 31, 1960.
4. History and Business Pan American World Airways, Inc.
5. History of Dispute Between Pan American World Airways, Inc. and PAA Chapter, Flight Engineers' International Association.
6. Comparison of Existing Provisions in Contract Between Pan American World Airways, Inc. and PAA Chapter, Flight Engineers International Association with Changes Proposed by the Parties, 1960.
7. Performance Supplement.
8. Maintenance Log.
9. Official Log.
10. Crew Layover Policy Guide.
11. Pan American World Airways Atlantic Division Manual 20.04.06 Flight Crew Layover Accommodations.
12. Federal Aviation Agency Regulations on Recurrent Training.
13. Cities Served by Pan American World Airways, Inc. and Code Designations.
14. Departure Report Time (letter).
15. Comparison of Flight Time, Duty Time and Elapsed Time in Piston and Jet Operations Idlewild to Paris 1958-1961.
16. Comparison of Flight Time, Duty Time and Elapsed Time in Piston and Jet Operations Idlewild to Dusseldorf 1958-1961.
17. Comparison of Flight Time, Duty Time and Elapsed Time in Piston and Jet Operations San Francisco to Sydney and Return 1958-1961.
18. Comparison of Flight Time, Duty Time and Elapsed Time in Piston and Jet Operations Idlewild to Nassau and Return 1958-1961.
19. Comparison of Flight Time, Duty Time and Elapsed Time in Piston and Jet Aircraft Operations Idlewild to San Juan and Return 1958-1961.
20. An Example of Schedule Time Versus Actual Time.
21. Examples of "Long Duty Days" for Flight Engineers of Pan American World Airways, Inc. 1961.
22. Scheduled Long Duty Single Flight Engineer Crew Patterns in Overseas Division, Atlantic Area April, 1961.
23. Memorandum Re: Vacancies B-707 Type Aircraft.
24. Selected Characteristics of Different Types of Planes.
25. Mileage and Total Hourly Rates for Pilots and Flight Engineers of Pan American Airways, Inc. for DC-8 Planes 1961.
26. Pay Yields for pilots and Flight Engineers on Specified Planes Pan American Airways, Inc. 1961.
27. Engineer Seniority List January 1, 1961.
28. Flight Engineer Base Station Vacancy Bulletin Number 61/2.
29. Memorandum of Agreement.
30. Transfer and Travel Expenses.
31. Provision for Release Time Before and After Transfer in Agreement Between Pan American World Airways, Inc. and the Pilots.
32. Decision No. 83 of the National Labor Board in the Matter of the Air Line Pilots' Wage Dispute.
33. Excerpts from Civil Air Regulations, Part 41.
34. Excerpts from Emergency Board Report in Cases Between TWA, et. al. and Air Line Pilots Association, International . 35. Effect of Heavier and Faster Planes on Employment,
36. Schedule of Potential Mileage at Pegged Speeds (Pan American Aircraft).
37. Flying Time on Selected Non-Stop Jet Service Trips Via Pan American World Airways March, 1961.
38. Comparison of Selected Ratios in Piston and Jet Operations Idlewild to Paris and Return 1958 to 1961,
38A. Comparison of Selected Ratios in Piston and Jet Operations Idlewild to Paris and Return 1958 to 1961.
39. Comparison of Selected Ratios in Piston and Jet Operations Idlewild to Dusseldorf and Return 1958-1961.
39A. Comparison of Selected Ratios in Piston and Jet Operations Idlewild to Dusseldorf and Return 1958-1961.
40. Comparison of Selected Ratios in Piston and Jet Operations San Francisco to Sydney and Return 1958-1961.
40A. Comparison of Selected Ratios in Piston and Jet Operations San Francisco to Sydney and Return 1958-1961.
41. Flight Time and Ground Time Comparison Based on Equipment Schedule March, 1958 and March, 1961 Latin American Division.
42. Comparison of Selected Ratios in Piston and Jet Operations By Trips 1958-1961.
42A. Comparison of Selected Ratios in Piston and Jet Operations By Trips 1958 and 1961.
43. Excerpt from the Adamson Eight-Hour Act, Approved on September 3, 5, 1916 Ordering an Eight-Hour Work Day for Railway Operating Employees.
44. Average Number of Miles Per Hour Engineers and Firemen in Passenger Service of Class I Railroads. 1922-1959
45. Average Hours Actually Worked Per Employee Per Week Engineers and Firemen in Passenger Service of Class I Railroads 1922-1959.
46. Proposals of Railroad Operating Employees for Changes in Roles Relating to Hours of Service 1960-1961.
47. The Forty-Hour Week on American Railroads Excerpt from the Emergency Board Report on Wages and Hours for Non-Operating Railway Employees December 17, 1948.
48. Forty-Hour Week Agreement Non-Operating Railroad Employees of Class I Railroads March 19, 1949.
49. Excerpt from Report of Senate Committee on Labor and Public Welfare in Dispute Between the Railway Carriers and Four Operating Brotherhoods.
50. Excerpt from Report to the President by Emergency Board No. 110 (N.M.B. Case No. A-4854) July 30, 1955.
51. Reduction of Workweek for Maritime Employees.
52. Typical Wage Rates and Increases, Maritime Employees Under Approved Wage and Hour Agreement.
53. Excerpt from Report to the President by the Emergency Board Northwest Airlines, Inc. and the International Association of Machinists August 7, 1946.
54. Present Monthly Yields for Pan American Flight Engineers on Specified Aircraft Compared with Yields Proposed by the Union.
55. History of Flight Engineers' Rates Pan American Airways, Inc. 1945-1957.
56. National Progress in Productivity and Living Standards,
57. Employee Productivity of Air Carrier Operations Total Scheduled Service 1947-1959.
58. Productivity of Pan American Airways Employees 1947-1959.
59. Flight Engineer's Monthly Earnings Requested to Incorporate Normal Improvement in Living Standards Pan American Air ways, Inc. 1957-1961.­
60. Change in Engine Wage Brackets in Passenger Service 1922-1960.
61. Change in Engine Wage Brackets in Passenger Service and Train Length and Weight Selected Years, 1922-1960.
62. Progress of Basic Daily Rates, Road Passenger Engineers 1922 to March, 1961.
63. General Wage Increase of Road Operating and Non-Operating Railway Employees of Class I Line-Haul Railways 1946-1961.
64. Increase in Straight-Time Hourly Earnings of Production Workers in United States Manufacturing Industries Since June, 1957.
65. Increase in Straight-Time Hourly Earnings of All Employees and of Non-Operating Employees and of Basic Daily Rates of Passenger Engineers on Class I Line-Haul Railways Since June, 1957.
66. Hourly Wage Rates of Service Supply Clerks Pan-American Airways, Inc. 1957-1961.
67. Index of Hourly Rate of Selected Clerical Workers Compared with Index of Monthly Earnings of Flight Engineers, Pan American Airways, Inc. 1945-1960.
68. Components in Pay Formula for Pilots Pan American World Airways, Inc. 1957 and 1959.
69. Yields for First Pilots of Pan American World Airways, Inc. 1957 and 1959.
70. Computation of Time.
71. Provisions for Computation of Flight Time Airline Agreement Covering Flight Engineers.
72. Duty Time Guarantee Agreement Between Pan American World Airways and Air Line Pilots 1959-1960.
73. Operational Duty Pay for Flight Engineers Trans World Airlines, Inc. 1959-1960.
74. Interim Agreement Between Eastern Air Lines, Inc. and the Flight Engineers in the Service of Eastern Air Lines, Inc. as Represented by the Flight Engineers International Association.
75. Severance Pay 1961.
76. Benefits in Major Layoff Plans.
77. Excerpt from Memorandum of Agreement on Mechanization and Modernization Between Pacific Maritime Association and Longshoremen and Warehousemen October 18, 1960.
78. Provisions Governing Daily and Monthly Rest Periods in Airline Agreements Covering Flight Engineers.
79. Excerpt from Slick Airways, Inc. and the Flight Engineers in the Service of Slick Airways, Inc. Agreement.
80. Related Wage Practices Covering Moving Expenses for Federal Government Employees Since 1924.
81. Memorandum: Subject Land Flight Crew Sick Leave Plan.
82. Comparison of Provisions for Physical Examinations for Pilots Pan American World Airways, Inc. with that Requested by the Flight Engineers 1960.
83. Copies of Agreement to be Furnished to Flight Engineers Provisions in Airlines Contracts.
84. Group Life Insurance for Active Employees of Pan American Airways, Inc.
85. Excerpt from Steel Memorandum of Agreement 1960.
86. Basic Patterns in Pensions 1961.
87. Improvement in Retirement Plans in Union Agreements 1953 to 1961.
88. Seniority List Furnished to Each Flight Engineer Provisions in Airline Agreements Covering Flight Engineers.
89. Contract Expiration of Reopening Dates Major Airlines.
90. FEIA-TWA Interim Proposal.
91. Appendix A Pan American-Teamsters Agreement Effective February 1, 1959 to March 3, 1961 Signed March 27, 1959.
92. Excerpts from Report to the President by the Emergency Board No. 122 Appointed by Executive Order 10757 Dated February 27, 1959, Pursuant to Section 10 of the Railway Labor Act, As Amended.
93. Indices of Scheduled Flights and Number of Passengers Carried Pan American World Airways, Inc. 1956-1960.
94. Operating Expenses Per Employee Have Increased at a Faster Rate than Operating Revenues Per Employee Resulting in a Steadily Worsening Position Years 1956-1960.
95. Pan American Says its Traffic in April Rose 10 Percent from 1960 Month.
96. Estimated Aggregate Hours and Miles to be Flown by Additional FEO's Allegedly Required to Meet FEIA Proposals.
97 Effect of Variation in Method of Calculation of Company Cost Estimates.
97A. Analysis of Increased Annual Cost Impact of FEIA Based on Status and Equipment Distribution April 15, 1961.
98 DC-8 FEO's Chart.
99. Increased Productivity Per Flight Engineer Pay Hour Pan American World Airways, Inc. 1956-1960.
100. Fluctuations in the Rate of Productivity Increase.
101. Increase in Monthly Earnings of Flight Engineers Compared with Increase in Consumer Price Index 1946-1957.
102. Comparison of 80-Hour FEO Maximum Yield for L-049 Under 1953 and 1955 Agreements Inflated for Consumer Price Index Change and Inflated by Various Productivity Improvement Factors to 80-Hour FEO Maximum Yield Under Next Negotiated Agreements 1953-1955.
103. Adjustments to Offset Reductions in Hours are Not Basic Wage Increases.
104. Maintenance of Weekly Wages.
105. Comparison of PAA Assistant Engineer Officer Pay at 70, 75, 80 and 85 Hours with Pay of Flight Engineers of Other Carriers Employing Non-Pilot Engineers at Seventh Six Month Period of Service.
106. Index of Hourly Rate of Selected Clerical Workers Compared with Index of Earnings of PAA Flight Engineers.
107. Index of Hourly Rate of Sales Personnel Compared with Index of Earnings of PAA Flight Engineers.
108. Earnings of a Flight Engineer on a DC-6B by Selected Airlines at Time of PAA 1957 Settlement.
109. Comparison of Pay Yields for Flight Engineers in International Service, Northwest Airlines, Inc. and Pan American Airlines, Inc. 1945-1958.
110. Comparison of Pay Yields for Flight Engineers in International Service Trans World Airlines, Inc. and Pan American Airlines. Inc. 1945-1958.