Southwest’s Aircraft Appearance Technicians, represented by the Aircraft Mechanics Fraternal Association (AMFA), have approved a new five-year agreement

Southwest Airlines has announced the Company’s Aircraft Appearance Technicians, represented by the Aircraft Mechanics Fraternal Association (AMFA), have voted in favor of a new five-year agreement.

“This contract rewards our Appearance Technicians with immediate and future compensation increases while continuing to support Southwest’s competitive cost position in the U.S. airline industry,” said Adam Carlisle, Vice President Labor Relations at Southwest Airlines®. “We want to thank all parties involved for their hard work identifying solutions that allowed us to reach this ratified agreement.”

Southwest’s nearly 170 Appearance Technicians help deliver safe, secure, clean, and reliable aircraft for Southwest’s Customers and Employees. The ratified contract is effective immediately and becomes amendable on July 31, 2027.

Top Copyright Photo: Southwest Airlines Boeing 737-8H4 SSWL N8619F (msn 33939 (Illinois One) BNA (Jay Selman). Image: 404187.

Southwest Airlines aircraft photo gallery (current livery):