TEAMSTERS: FedEx DRIVERS AREN'T PILOTS

ThIs video was part of the Teamster's FedEx legislative and organizing campaigns based on "leveling the playing field in the package delivery industry" in 2010. It portrays a FedEx driver pretending to be a pilot. FedEx enjoys certain anti-organizing advantages when conducting business under the RLA.

This version from the same ad campaign reveals a flight attendant giving a safety briefing to boxes in the back of a FedEx truck.

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