ORD DOMESTIC Flight Attendant Trip Selection for

ORD DOMESTIC
Flight Attendant Trip Selection for JANUARY 2015 (01JAN– 30JAN)
Open Bidding
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18 DEC 14 local base time
Close Bidding
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22 DEC 14 local base time
Military
0900
25 DEC 14 Central time
Awards will be available outside MOD office by 23:59 on 27 DEC 14
Military Information: HTTP://JETNET.AA.COM FROM AAFS (FLIGHT ATTENDANT WEB
SITE) SELECT CREW RESOURCES LOOK FOR INFORMATION
Flight Attendant Service Center
1-800-VIP-CREW
Log-in, option #, then 6
Monday – Friday (except holidays) - 0700-1800 Central Standard Time
FMLA
Please contact FMLA representatives no later than two calendar days from your return to work date to have your absence recoded to
FMLA. Representatives can be reached by phone or by sending an email to [email protected]
MONTHLY BIDDING INFORMATION:
Fall-offs: Approximately 0-50 international fall-offs.
Open Replacements:
Remarks may not be honored for the period of JAN 01 – 06, 2015.
Approximately 0 –133 Open Replacements to be awarded.
Bidding information is now available on the Flight Service website accessible via
http://jetnet.aa.com. From AAFS select CREW RESOURCES/QUICK LINKS/Bidding
Information.
Domestic Cabin Positions/Equipment Codes
Equipment
EQ Codes
F/C
B/C
777-300
82
1, 5*
4*, 6, 7, 10, 11
777-300 2CLS ++
82
1, 5*
4*, 6, 7, 10
777-200
AE
1, 5*, 6
4*, 7, 8
777-200 2CLS ++
AE
1, 5*, 6
777-200 2CLS Retro
AF
1, 4, 5*, 6, 7
767-300 ER
34, D0, D7
1, 5*, 6
767-200 ER 3CLS
23
1, 5*
4*, 7, 8
767-200 ER 3CLS #
23
1, 5*
4*, 7, 8
767-200 ER 2CLS **
23
1, 5*
757
49, 62, B0, B1, BA 1, 3
737
B8, B9, CE
1
S80
22, 35, EF
1
A319
91
1
A321T
80
1, 5
4, 3
A321S
75, 76
1
M/C
2*, 3, 8, 9
2*, 3, 8, 9
2*, 3, 9, 10
2*, 3, 4, 7, 8
2*, 3, 8, 9, 10
2*, 3, 4, 7, 8
2*, 3, 6
2*, 3, 6, 9
2*, 3, 4++, 6, 7
2*, 4
2, 3, 4
2, 4
2, 3, 4
2, 6
2, 3, 4
Training Support Desk
Training Support Desk representatives may be reached through one of the following options: Phone, HISEND, or Live Chat - Hours 0700-1800 CST - Monday – Friday (except holidays). The chat function is found on the Flight Service website. Click on “Training”, and
then “Chat with us Live!” in the upper right corner of the page.
Administration
Flex Pos** VMC Pos
10, 11
11
9, 10
7
9
7++
The Flight Attendant Service Center is awaiting your call!
SENIORITY NUMBERS IN DECS AND THIS PUBLICATION MAY BE DIFFERENT: RELATIVE
SENIORITY HAS NOT CHANGED
3
3
6
3
# Transcon Flights only
*Paid galley position - F./A is paid galley pay only on scheduled 3-class service, routes and galley assignment is the
++ When a 2CLS service is scheduled on a 3CLS configured aircraft, B/C positions are considered M/C
**Final cabin assignment based on customer load, market flown and F/A staffing. Flex positions may be assigned
Bid compliments may vary by market seasonally.
Returning Safely to Work from an Illness or Injury
To return safely to work from an illness or injury, please refer to “Return to Work” in Jetnet. The Call-A-Nurse page enables both the
employee and manager to view the return to work status in Jetnet. Please contact Call-A-Nurse (CAN) at 1-800-555-2373 to process
your clearance in returning to work.
6
4, 7
3, 6
8
8
3, 6++
3
3, 4
4
Representatives are here to assist you with questions related to maternity, paycheck items and many other administrative topics.
Please contact a representative at your convenience.
Flight Attendant Change of Status/Update to Quals/ Finger Prints/ Passports
Each Flight Attendant is responsible for notifying the Base Planner if there is a change
to your absence status, additions or deletions of qualifications, updated fingerprints, or
updated passports.
Your Base Planner must be notified no later than the 19th of the month in order
to receive a bid. Please be aware that if your plan to clear date changes to an earlier
date that you must notify your Base Planner in order to be awarded a bid. If you extend
your plan to clear date though the end of the bid month, please contact your Base
Planner because you will not be active for bidding.
Base Planner Email: [email protected]
Base Planner Phone: VIP CREW #, 5, 9, 9 or ICS 817-967-3708
Flight Attendant Tablet Tips:
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Did you know you can report catering issues on the FA Tablet?
To check it out, select the FA Reports Icon and go to Catering.
To ensure your Flight Attendant Tablet is up to date,
please leave your Tablet on, charging, and out of airplane
mode when not in flight.
If you do not see your 4G connecting, either toggle in and
out of airplane mode or open and refresh the USA Today
app. This will help with your 4G connectivity.
If your Tablet is not on My Flight version 1.5.8, please
contact the Help Desk to push all pending updates to your
device. Tablet bars are also available system wide to assist.
Do not wait until you get on the aircraft to verify your
eManual is up to date. Please update your Tablet before
your trip.
If your Tablet is not decrypted please contact the Help
Desk at 1-800-343-0343 to decrypt. Decryption removes
the need for a second sign in.
If after 4 attempts to sign into your Tablet without
success, please STOP and contact the Help Desk
immediately at 1-800-343-0343
Make sure you have your Tablet with you before you leave
the aircraft.
Help Desk 800-343-0343 ICS 931-5313 INTL 678-992-292
Here’s wishing you the gift of peace and prosperity throughout 2015.
We look forward to hearing from you. Happy New Year!
COMBINED DOMESTIC/INTERNATIONAL OPERATIONS
WHY ARE WE COMBINING DOMESTIC AND INTERNATIONAL OPERATIONS AT LAA?
There are many reasons to combine. First of all, International growth is a primary focus at American Airlines, so it makes sense that all Flight Attendants are
qualified to fly both Domestic and International. Both the 2012 CBA and the CLA included provisions for combining the International and Domestic divisions as
soon as possible. The Legacy US Flight Attendants are all “overwater qualified” and already have a combined operation. A combined operation is essential to
moving into a Preferential Bidding System as well as an enhanced Trip Trade System.
IF THIS WAS AGREED TO IN 2012, WHY IS IT TAKING SO LONG?
Since late 2012, we have been training our Domestic Flight Attendants so they are overwater qualified. Also during that time, Crew Resources, Flight Service and
APFA have been working together with the IT department to prepare for this significant change. While it may sound simple to implement, the reality is that
there are many DECS/FOS limitations tied to the historically divided operations that had to be addressed.
WHEN WILL DOMESTIC AND INTERNATIONAL OPERATIONS BE COMBINED?
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We are now on track to implement the combined operation for the May 2015 bid month, so the effective date will be May 2nd, 2015
What that means is that for the bases with adjacent operations, there will be only one base moving forward. LAX, DFW, ORD, MIA, BOS and LGA will
include both the formerly International and Domestic Flight Attendants in a single base. This means that even if you are currently based at IDF and you
are awarded an International trip selection for May, your HI1 will show that you are “DFW” based. And while International trip sequences will continue
to originate at those bases, the Crew Base names will change to the current Domestic Crew Base names.
All International Flight Attendants’ HI8 and 3* (next status) will be changed to reflect the Domestic Crew Base name at the end of January so that
vacation awards will be in seniority order for the appropriate base.
NOTE: When known, any future JCBA changes related to the combination of Domestic/International Operations will be incorporated.
WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF THIS COMBINATION?
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You’ll have the flexibility of bidding domestic or international selections for your monthly schedule
Following bid awards you’ll have the ability to trade or access open time for both domestic and international trips through Make-Up, Option II, and Critical Coverage
A single reserve list at each base
Ability to trip trade or optional exchange with any Flight Attendant at your base
No more need for Adjacent Base flying
If you’re MIC obligated you’ll have the flexibility to fly Domestic or International trips to fulfill your obligation
A single transfer list and no need to proffer into an International base
More transparent assignment of reserves based on the single reserve list and no more cross utilization
Potentially fewer bid denials since the pool of pursers and foreign language speakers will be larger
Reserves will be able to preference Domestic or International trips in HIPREF
All pursers will have data plans on their tablets
WHAT OTHER CHANGES WILL OCCUR?
COMPUTER ENTRIES:
• All lists (like open time) will use the Domestic crew base name but if only looking for International trips, you would use an “I” instead of a “D”.
i.e. N3I/DFW//2MAY to see the International trips in open time or ‘B’ to see both Domestic and International open trips (or N4D/I/B/)
i.e. N3B/DFW//2MAY
BID LINES AND TRIP SEQUENCES:
• Until Preferential Bidding is implemented, bid lines will continue to be built as either pure Domestic or pure International
• International trip sequences may still contain Domestic flight segments
• Replacement/Relief lines will increase to an 80-hour guarantee
• Relief lines and open replacement preference remarks will be provided in the next bid sheet Domestic/International combination information
QUALIFICATIONS:
• Combined Domestic/International Operations means that all Flight Attendants will need to be “Overwater Qualified” for International and potentially
trained on all equipment at the base
• In January 2015, we will begin “Overwater Qualification/Ditching” Training through a proffer for Domestic Flight Attendants who do not have that
qualification.
• If after the proffered training slots are filled there are still vacant slots in a class, Flight Attendants who do not have the “overwater qualification” will
be drafted by base in reverse seniority order.
• “Overwater Qualification” training will be a 3 day hands-on class with an optional 4th day of hands-on International Flagship Service (IFS) training.
• Domestic Flight Attendants who have maintained their Overwater Qualification will be provided an opportunity to obtain IFS and AIFS qualification in
2015. Details to be communicated as soon as they are available.
• All Flight Attendants will be required to have the “Overwater Qualification” by the end of 2015.
• Effective with the May bid all Flight Attendants will be in a Domestic status, but as long as you are qualified on International and have the required
service qualifications, you will be able to be awarded an International line and fly International trip sequences.
INTERNATIONAL PAY:
• International override of $3.00 per hour will apply to all hours flown or paid removals on International legs, including diversions, deadheading and
flight pay and credit
DUTY AND REST LIMITATION CHANGES:
• Layover and Home Base Rest will be determined by the type of trip sequence flown
• 30-in-7 limitation will be eliminated (35-in-7 limitation will be implemented at a later date in accordance with the JCBA timeline)
• On-duty and rest provisions will remain the same as today for both Domestic and International trip sequences (when programmed, on duty
limitations and rest provisions in accordance with the JCBA will be implemented and provided at a later date)
Current Domestic Flight Attendant On-Duty Limitations and Rest Provisions
DEPARTURE
0600-1759
1800-2059
2100-0559
SCHED/RESCHED/ACTUAL
ON-DUTY
13:00/13:00/15:00
11:00/12:00/13:00
10:00/11:00/12:00
HOURS
ALOFT
8:59
8:59
8:59
LAYOVER REST
(Regular & Reducible)
9:00 reducible to 8:20
9:00 reducible to 8:20
9:00 reducible to 8:20
HOME REST
REGULAR
11:00
11:00
11:00
HOME REST
RESERVE
12:00
12:00
12:00
REDUCIBLE
No
No
No
Current International Flight Attendant On-Duty Limitations and Rest Provisions
TYPE TRIP
SCHED/ACTUAL
ON-DUTY
HOURS ALOFT
Non-Long Range
14:00/16:00
12:00 or less
14:00/16:00
12:00 or less
16:00/18:00
Flt time plus
sign in & debrief
max sched+3:00
>12:00 up to 14:30
9:00 reducible to 8:00
behind the door
9:00 reducible to 8:00
behind the door
10:30 reducible to 10:00
>14:30
10:30 reducible to 10:00
If Seq contains a
Non-Stop Leg >7:00
Long Range
Extended Long
Range
LAYOVER REST
(Regular & Reducible)
HOME REST
(Regular and
Reserve)
REDUCIBLE REST
(Not applicable for Reserves)
12:00
Yes, up to 2:00 in actual ops*
14:30
No
36:00
Yes, at FA option to 24:00
48:00
Yes, at FA option to 24:00
* If on a non-long range trip, the Company may reduce the required 12 hour rest by up to 2 hours in actual operations, provided the Flight Attendant was originally scheduled for the legal
rest, but due to a late operation, the trip is arriving later than scheduled. The reduction of rest may not cause the Flight Attendant to depart earlier than originally scheduled.
TRANSFERS/PROFFERS:
• All International Flight Attendants’ HI8 and 3* (next status) will be changed to reflect the Domestic Crew Base name at the end of January with an
effective date of 02May15.
• Transfer lists will be purged on March 5th after all April transfers have been processed. It is no longer necessary to add an international proffer
preference. Flight Attendants will need to re-enter a transfer request as a Domestic base, including RDU. This will ensure you are on the proper base
transfer list. The entry to add a transfer request to your 3* record is 3C/T/BASE-D.
VACATION BIDDING FOR 2015 VACATION:
• A combined seniority list for each crew base will be published on the Crew Resources link from the Flight Service website by the day vacation bidding
opens in February.
INTERNATIONAL FLYING DEFINITIONS:
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INTERNATIONAL SEQUENCE - A sequence in which any leg takes off or lands outside the contiguous forty-eight (48) states, Mexico, Canada and
Alaska, with the exception of the Military Air lift Command (MAC). It may also include a flight which operates within the contiguous forty-eight (48)
states, Mexico, Canada and Alaska, which requires a Flight Attendant over water qualification. (definition will be updated under the JCBA)
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Non-Long Range Flying - an International duty period which does not contain flying in excess of twelve (12) hours block. The on-duty period will not
be scheduled or rescheduled to exceed fourteen (14:00) hours.
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Long-Range Flying - an International duty period which has a scheduled International segment in excess of twelve (12) hours block but not more than
fourteen hours and thirty minutes (14:30) block.
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Extended-Long-Range Flying - an International duty period which has a scheduled International segment in excess of fourteen hours and thirty
minutes (14:30) block.
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International Flagship Service (IFS) – A special qualification required to work flights operating or deadheading to/from Europe, Asia, and destinations
in Deep South America, e.g., Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo, Santiago, Chile and Buenos Aires etc., that have a premium level of service comparable to
European destinations.
MORE INFORMATION TO FOLLOW – Watch for additional information on future bidsheets to include the following information:
• Bid sheet changes and the online bidding tool
• Reserve information including potential seniority of reserve in combined operation
• Screen shots and examples of new computer entries and displays
• HISEND changes
• Day before coverage timeline changes under a combined operation
• Availability changes
ORD DOMESTIC CQ-RECURRENT TRAINING
JAN 2015
----- CQ Recurrent Training Update ----2014-15 CQ Training is a two day program as follows:
Day One: Will begin at Flagship University (FSU). Check-in will be in the CQ Training Hall 2E40D
• Class 1 FA Tablet Checks / Drill Practice Session begins at 1200 and class start time is 1330.
• Class 2 FA Tablet Checks / Drill Practice Session begins at 1630 and class start time is 1800.
Please arrive early enough to allow time (at least 20 min) for your Flight Attendant Tablet eManual to be checked prior to class start time.
Day Two: Will begin at the Flight Academy
• Class 1 begins at 0700 and class end time is 1000.
• Class 2 begins at 1130 and class end time is 1430.
Drill videos will not be shown at the Flight Academy; however; they are available on the Flight Service website and Flight Attendant tablet. Flight Attendants
should review these videos prior to attending Training. To access the drill videos, click the media link on the Flight Service Website.
For more information please refer to the “What to Expect” Document located on the Flight Service Website under Recurrent Training. Flight Attendants are
expected to be familiar with the material contained within the FA Tablet eManual Revisions and Bulletins on their effective date and may be
evaluated on this material while at CQ Training.
WHEN TO ENROLL IN CQ TRAINING:
Each flight attendant is responsible for knowing when his/her qualifications will expire and ensuring any required training is completed when due. Flight
attendants are expected to attend CQ Training in their Base Month. CQ Training may not be postponed into the Grace Month unless you are on vacation,
sick, LOA, injury, personal or operational emergency during your Base Month. ***Flight Attendants who do not attend training in their base month will be
pre-plotted in their grace month. ***
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To verify your base month, refer to your *9 Training Record. (In your personal mode in DECS, enter HI*9)
It is recommended that you do not alter your schedule until after you have scheduled training. Altering your schedule could make you illegal for
training and may result in trip removal without pay to accommodate training.
Classes are filled on a first-come, first-serve basis and fill quickly. It is best to enroll early. Classes at the beginning of the month typically have openings.
Please try to schedule yourself into a class in the first half of the month, if possible.
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If JAN is your Grace Month, you must enroll in CQ Training before bids open for
enrolled.
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Crew Manning will not award a live bid to any flight attendant who will not be qualified on the first day of the new bid month. If
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FEB. It is your responsibility to notify the Base Planner you have
JAN is your Grace
Month, you must notify the Base Planner no later than JAN 19 if you have been scheduled for training to be awarded a bid. Flight attendants
returning from a Leave of Absence (LOA) must notify the Base Planner and Pay Comp of training and return to work dates.
Flight attendants who do not attend CQ Training by the end of their Grace Month will be required to complete the Requalification Training online lesson
prior to CQ Training. This lesson must be completed in the same month as CQ Training. You cannot fly until this is accomplished.
If you attend CQ Training in the month prior to your base month, your HI*9 (training record) will be updated to reflect the first day of your current base
month
If you attend CQ Training in your grace month, your HI*9 (training record) will be updated to reflect the last day of your current base month
To realign your Base Month, you must attend CQ Training at least two months prior to your Base Month.
For example, if JUN is your Base Month, you must attend CQ Training by APR to realign your Base Month.
Flight attendants may not realign CQ Training into a reserve month due to limited reserve slots.
ORD~JAN 2015
Class
Dates
JAN
6~7
7~8
12~13
13~14
14~15
15~16
16~17
26~27
27~28
28~29
CQ Training Class Rosters
Class 1
Day 1
Day 2
1330-1745
0700-1000
3
8
9
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
If you are not enrolled in a class by JAN 06, please
contact the TSD as soon as possible for assistance with
enrollment.
Class 2
Day 1
Day 2
1800-2215
1130-1430
183
196
200
208
213
214
215
216
217
218
HOW TO ENROLL IN CQ TRAINING:
• Self-enrollment will be activated at 0900 CST DEC 26.
• TSD call-in enrollment will begin at 1100 CST DEC 29.
***Please do not call the Training Support Desk regarding
CQ Training enrollment prior to call-in enrollment. ***
• Grace month trade requests will be handled on DEC 30.
• Reserve Flight Attendants may self-enroll on days IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING
a duty-free period.
• Requests for enrollment or changes must be received no later than three (3) full
business days before the scheduled training date.
• The TSD is open Mon – Fri, 0700 – 1800 Central Time.
SELF-ENROLLMENT (in DECS)
• To self-enroll, enter your personal mode in DECS. Enter HIU/class# <enter>.
The response will be “OK” if you have successfully enrolled.
• To view class numbers, in your personal mode in DECS, enter HITJ/START
DATE/END DATE <enter>. The response will be title, class roster #, dates,
times and base. If there is no class information on listing, all classes are full on
the requested date.
• To view individuals in a class, enter HIV/CLASS # <enter>
*** IF YOU HOLD INTERNATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS, YOU MUST
ENROLL USING THE INTERNATIONAL CLASS ROSTER. ***
AUTOMATED SELF-ENROLLMENT (AVRS)
• Dial 1-800-VIP-CREW or 817-956-CREW.
• Enter first 4 characters of your password, followed by employee number.
• Enter hot-path 9-5-1-1.
LIVE CHAT or HISEND Form 100
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You may contact the Training Support Desk (TSD) via LIVE CHAT from the Flight Service Website or complete a HISEND form 100 during the self-enrollment period.
CLASS CANCELLATION / FAILURE TO ATTEND TRAINING
Class cancellations must be made no later than three (3) full business days prior to the scheduled training date. Flight attendants who cancel within 24 hours of
class or who do not show for training will receive a missed assignment (MA). Additionally, if you are on reserve and would have been available to fly on the dates
scheduled for training, you will be available for flight assignment. You must contact Crew Schedule and inform the scheduler of any changes to your status. Failure
to do so may reduce your monthly pay guarantee.
HOTEL AND TRANSPORTATION
Hotel information is located on the Flight Service website. Click on Training, then Lodging Info under the CQ Training header. Information is posted one week prior
to the scheduled class date. It is recommended that you check hotel information the day before you travel to be sure you have the most up-to-date information.
The lodge is no longer accepting personal checks. An ATM is available in the lobby for your convenience.
IOR~JAN 2015
CQ Training Class Rosters
If you are not enrolled in a class by JAN 06, please
contact the TSD as soon as possible for assistance with
enrollment.
***INTERNATIONAL CLASS ROSTER***
Class
Dates
JAN
6~7
7~8
12~13
13~14
14~15
15~16
16~17
26~27
27~28
28~29
Class 1
Day 1
Day 2
1330-1745
0700-1030
21
22
23
24
25
105
106
122
123
160
Class 2
Day 1
Day 2
1800-2215
1130-1500
221
225
226
227
230
231
232
233
237
238
HOW TO ENROLL IN CQ TRAINING:
• Self-enrollment will be activated at 0900 CST DEC 26.
• TSD call-in enrollment will begin at 1100 CST DEC 29.
***Please do not call the Training Support Desk regarding
CQ Training enrollment prior to call-in enrollment. ***
• Grace month trade requests will be handled on DEC 30.
• Reserve Flight Attendants may self-enroll on days IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING
a duty-free period.
• Requests for enrollment or changes must be received no later than three (3) full
business days before the scheduled training date.
• The TSD is open Mon – Fri, 0700 – 1800 Central Time.
SELF-ENROLLMENT (in DECS)
• To self-enroll, enter your personal mode in DECS. Enter HIU/class# <enter>.
The response will be “OK” if you have successfully enrolled.
• To view class numbers, in your personal mode in DECS, enter HITJ/START
DATE/END DATE <enter>. The response will be title, class roster #, dates,
times and base. If there is no class information on listing, all classes are full on
the requested date.
• To view individuals in a class, enter HIV/CLASS # <enter>
AUTOMATED SELF-ENROLLMENT (AVRS)
• Dial 1-800-VIP-CREW or 817-956-CREW.
• Enter first 4 characters of your password, followed by employee number.
• Enter hot-path 9-5-1-1.
LIVE CHAT or HISEND Form 100
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You may contact the Training Support Desk (TSD) via LIVE CHAT from the Flight Service Website or complete a HISEND form 100 during the self-enrollment period.
CLASS CANCELLATION / FAILURE TO ATTEND TRAINING
Class cancellations must be made no later than three (3) full business days prior to the scheduled training date. Flight attendants who cancel within 24 hours of
class or who do not show for training will receive a missed assignment (MA). Additionally, if you are on reserve and would have been available to fly on the dates
scheduled for training, you will be available for flight assignment. You must contact Crew Schedule and inform the scheduler of any changes to your status. Failure
to do so may reduce your monthly pay guarantee.
HOTEL AND TRANSPORTATION
Hotel information is located on the Flight Service website. Click on Training, then Lodging Info under the CQ Training header. Information is posted one week prior
to the scheduled class date. It is recommended that you check hotel information the day before you travel to be sure you have the most up-to-date information.
The lodge is no longer accepting personal checks. An ATM is available in the lobby for your convenience.
TRAVEL
If you have self-enrolled in a CQ Training class, flights to/from training will automatically be booked from your base station (EXCEPTION DFW/IDF SINCE THEY
ARE LOCAL).
To access your flight information in DECS, type:
• HSS/1/sequence#/ddmmm. Your name should also appear on the crew ”NS” deadhead list for each American Airlines segment.
To change or make travel arrangements:
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If booking your own flight to training or in the event of Irregular Operations (IROPS) or your flight cancels, please see the entries below for selfre-booking:
1. First remove the original flight booked automatically when enrolling in CQ Training: (Class # and Flt # can be found on your HI1)
HIGOR/(Flt Nbr)/ (Date)/FA/(From Sta)/(To Sta)/(Pass Class -without “D” indicator)//(ClassNbr)
Sample: HIGOR/701/7JAN/FA/LGA/DFW/A1//334 (note the double slash)
OR
2. To remove a flight if booked separately when you enrolled in CQ Training:
IMPORTANT:
The TSD will not be able to make flight
changes once class has begun.
HIGOR/(Flt Nbr)/(Date)/FA/(From Sta)/(To Sta)/(Pass-Class-A1 to, A3 from)
Sample: HIGOR/701/7JAN/FA/LGA/DFW/A1D
OR
3. To book a flight to/from CQ Training:
HIGOA /(Flt Nbr)/(Date)/FA/(From Sta)/(To Sta)/(Pass-Class-A1D to, A3D from)
Sample: HIGOA/593/7JAN/FA/DFW/BNA/A3D
Sample: Eagle Flts- HIGOA/MQ593/7JAN/FA/ DFW/BNA/A3D (note the MQ for Eagle)
Irregular Operations (IROPS) & CANCELLATIONS
FAs are required to stand by for all departing flights for the remainder of the day up to duty time (14 hrs. Domestic, 14 hours International)
Upon arrival at your base/home, should you have a trip the next day or are on RSV, please call scheduling at (800) 847-2739 or (800) VIP-CREW to inform them of
your arrival time and flight cancellation.
If you are not able to get on a flight home, call The Lodge at (817) 956-1000 and ask for accommodations.
TRAINING SUPPORT DESK HOURS: 0700-1800 CENTRAL TIME M-F
Note: If you book to a later flight, call TSD as soon as possible and provide flight information so that TAFB can be adjusted.
REQUALIFICATION TRAINING
Requalification Training is required for Flight Attendants who are attending CQ Training after their grace month. Requalification Training is completed via an online
course titled RQT, While You Were Away. Contact the Training Support Desk at 1-800-VIP CREW, login, #, Option 6 for enrollment and complete details.
If you started online training prior to your base month, you will need to retake the lesson. Contact the TSD at 1-800-VIP-CREW, login, #, Option 6 to re-register.
2014-2015 CQ TRAINING PROGRAM
Class Information
Class 1 & 2
Day One: Travel to DFW and report directly to Flagship University (FSU). Check-in will be in the CQ Training hallway room 2E40D. Transportation
from DFW Airport – Lower Level by Gate C24 (Known Crew Member ID Portal)
(Class 1) Shuttle Pickup from DFW Airport: 1100, 1130, 1200, 1230, and 1300.
(Class 2) Shuttle Pickup from DFW Airport: 1530, 1600, 1630, 1700, and 1730.
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(Class 1) Check-in starts at 1200 and ends at 1330. Class begins promptly at 1330
(Class 2) Check-in starts at 1630 and ends at 1800. Class begins promptly at 1800
 (Late arrivals may not be admitted into class).
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Please allow approximately 20 minutes for your FA Tablet eManual to be checked prior to the 1330(CL1) & 1800(CL2) start times.
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(The Tablet Bar is no longer offered during CQ).
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(Class 1) Day 1 pickup from FSU (North Entrance) to hotel spot @ 1745; depart 1800, 1830, 1900
(Class 2) Day 1 pickup from FSU (North Entrance) to hotel spot @ 2215; depart 2230 or released by MOD
Day Two: Travel from Hotel and report directly at Flight Academy to complete Proficiency Checks and travel home.
 Scheduled van from Hotel to Flight Academy will run at 0600 (Intl) & (Dom) for Class 1
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Scheduled van from Hotel to Flight Academy will run at 1030 (Intl) & (Dom) for Class 2
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Van service from the Flight Academy (Front Entrance) to DFW Airport (Lower Level by Gate C24) runs every 15 minutes
Alternate transportation:
Flight Academy van runs every 15 minutes from DFW (Lower Level by Gate C24) to the front entrance of the Flight Academy. You will need to walk
across the street to Flagship University (FSU). Or you may take the Airport Shuttle at the lower level to FSU (Lodge Entrance) which departs DFW
every 30 minutes at quarter past and quarter till the hour. Please call 817-956-1000 to verify pick up location based upon your Terminal.
Where: CQ Training will begin at FSU
What to wear: Business Casual Attire and flat, closed-toe shoes. No shorts are allowed at FSU. You may want to bring a sweater, as classrooms are airconditioned.
What to bring: Flight Attendant crew I.D. badge, equipment key, jet bridge key (old CR key to gain access to the Flight Academy), FA Tablet eManual with
Charger and Battery, and your Online CQ Training confirmation codes. A snack is suggested, as there are no scheduled meal breaks.
NOTE: Domestic Flight Attendants that hold International Qualifications MUST enroll in an INTL Class when going to CQRecurrent Training.
ONLINE TRAINING
All flight attendants must complete the online lesson(s) prior to attending CQ Training.
• All flight attendants must complete CQ Training 2014-2015 WBT.
• All FAs must also complete the CQ Training General Ditching 2014-2015 WBT.
• Flight attendants will not be admitted into training unless all online training has been completed.
• To complete online training, go to the Flight Service Website, click the “Training” link, and then click on the “Online Learning Center” link under Resources on
lower right hand side in RED print. This will take you to the Online Learning Center. Next, click on the course title under the “In-Progress Learning Activities”
(i.e. CQ Training 2014-2015) then click “Launch.”
• Be sure to print, take photo with your cell phone, or write down your confirmation code(s) and bring to training.
• You may start the online lesson(s) no earlier than one month prior to your base month: i.e., if your Base Month is NOV, you can start in OCT and the lesson
is still acceptable if you come in your grace month (DEC). However, if you go QI and began your online lesson prior to your Base Month, you must retake
the lesson. All online training must be complete prior to attending CQ Training.
• Online Learning Center does not support MAC, iPad, or other mobile devices. Internet Explorer (versions 6.0 – 9.0) is necessary to access online lessons.
Other web browsers, such as Safari, Mozilla-Firefox and AOL are not compatible with the Online Learning Center.
• For technical assistance, click on Employee Help located under your name on the Training Site home page, then click on Technical Assistance. For online
lesson content issues, contact the TSD at 1-800-VIP CREW, login, #, Option 6.
How to Prepare
The more prepared you are the more successful you will be. Your FA Tablet eManual and Web-based lessons are excellent resources to study prior to CQ Training.
Training videos to include drills, CPR, Step 4 and Step 8 can be found on the Flight Service website /Training Home/ Training Videos or on the Flight Attendant
Tablet through the Flight Service Training App.
Be prepared to demonstrate your proficiency with the following procedures and skills:
• Evacuation Drill commands and actions
• CPR/Heimlich procedures
• Sabotage or Suspicious Devices
• Emergency equipment operation
• Planned Emergency Checklist
• Crew Resource Management
You will perform the following drills (based on aircraft qualifications):
• S80: (DOM/INTL) Overwing Exit Land Drill as FA 5; (DOM not 767 qualified) FWD Entry Door
as FA 1 with FA 3 unplanned ditching.
• 737: (DOM/INTL) AFT Entry Door Drill as FA 2.
• 757: (DOM/INTL) 2R Door Drill as FA 3 with FA 5.
• 767: Planned ditching at 1L, 3L or 3R (International, or Domestic w/ INT quals) or Unplanned ditching
at 1L, 3L or 3R (Domestic), and all FAs will complete Overwing Exit 2R as FA4 (or 2L as FA6).
• 777-200: (DOM/INTL) 1L Door drill as FA 1 (INTL not 767 qualified) 1L Planned Ditching as FA 1.
• 777-300: (DOM/INTL) 3L Door drill as FA 7.
• 787: (DOM/INT) 1L land evacuation.
• 319: (DOM/INTL) 1L Door drill as FA1 (primary exit only).
You Know the Drill Session:
A Voluntary Session to Prepare for Drills
• Held at FSU prior to class start
(Class 1 1200-1315; Class 2 1630-1745)
• You may use this session as practice
only or if you would like to receive
credit then you must pass the drill on
the first attempt
• You may practice as many drills as class
size and time permit
TO: ORD DOMESTIC FLIGHT ATTENDANTS
RE: AIRBUS A319/A321 Training Proffer – January Reserves
TO: ORD DOMESTIC FLIGHT ATTENDANTS
RE: AIRBUS A319/A321 Training Proffer – January Regular (non-reserve)
The following is a proffer for ORD-D based reserve Flight Attendants desiring to qualify on the
A319/A321 aircraft. We are proffering for up to 15 ORD reserve Flight Attendants to be trained in
January. Only those Flight Attendants who are on reserve in January will be eligible for this proffer. If
insufficient proffers are received, Flight Attendants may be assigned training in reverse order of
seniority.
The following is a proffer for ORD-D based non-reserve Flight Attendants desiring to qualify on the
A319/A321 aircraft. We are proffering for up to 15 ORD non-reserve Flight Attendants to be trained.
Only those Flight Attendants who are not on reserve in January will be eligible for this proffer. If
insufficient proffers are received, Flight Attendants may be assigned training in reverse order of
seniority.
You will be advised of your successful proffer or assignment via HI6 message. This email will contain
all the details you will need.
You will be advised of your successful proffer or assignment via HI6 message. This email will contain
all the details you will need.
An online course (as well as the Thales IFE course, if not already complete) is required prior to
attending hands-on training at FSU. You will not be admitted to hands-on training without having
completed the online portions. Flight Attendant Planning will schedule training as follows:
An online course (as well as the Thales IFE course, if not already complete) is required prior to
attending hands-on training at FSU. You will not be admitted to hands-on training without having
completed the online portions. Flight Attendant Planning will schedule the hands-on portion of training
on one of the following dates:
One reserve day for completion of online training followed by one of the following:
January: 6 - 7, 8 - 9, 10 - 11, 12 - 13, 17 - 18, 20 - 21, 22 - 23, 24 - 25, 25 - 26, 27 - 28
January: 6 - 7, 8 - 9, 10 - 11, 12 - 13, 17 - 18, 20 - 21, 22 - 23, 24 - 25, 25 - 26, 27 - 28
Pick-up locations for the shuttle from DFW to the AATCC (FSU) operate from the lower level. It is
recommended that you call 817-956-1000 for pick up as the shuttle service is often on call. Pick-up
locations are as follows: B7, C24, D17, D29. The van will be marked AATCC. For pick-up from terminal
A, please call for current location.
Note: Proffers may not be rescinded. Duty free periods may be moved for the purpose of scheduling
training for F/As who proffer. M2’s may be moved at the company’s option to accommodate training.
Please understand that due to the large volume of proffers, we are unable to honor requests for class
dates or changes.
Pick-up locations for the shuttle from DFW to the AATCC (FSU) operate from the lower level. It is
recommended that you call 817-956-1000 for pick up as the shuttle service is often on call. Pick-up
locations are as follows: B7, C24, D17, D29. The van will be marked AATCC. For pick-up from terminal
A, please call for current location.
Note: Proffers may not be rescinded. Classes will be scheduled on days that least impact the Flight
Attendants schedule. Duty free periods may be moved for the purpose of scheduling training for F/As
who proffer. Please be aware that altering your schedule (TT/OE) may affect Planning’s ability to
schedule training. For those Flight Attendants holding a regular bid who are unable to attend due to
planned absence (i.e.SK/VC), training will be deferred to a subsequent month. Please understand that
due to the large volume of proffers, we are unable to honor requests for class dates or changes.
Proffer must be accomplished via a web ballot
**Please use the following guidelines**
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Sign into the Flight Service website.
Go to the Crew Resources page.
Look for Featured Links.
Under Crew Planning, double click on
the Airbus January Training Ballot.
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Review ballot and answer the
questions on the screen.
Click the NEXT button at the bottom of
the screen.
Review your answers and click the
CONFIRM button if correct.
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Print a copy of the confirmation
number for your records.
Proffer must be accomplished via a web ballot
**Please use the following guidelines**
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Sign into the Flight Service website.
Go to the Crew Resources page.
Look for Featured Links.
Under Crew Planning, double click on
the Airbus January Training Ballot.
Review ballot and answer the
questions on the screen.
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Click the NEXT button at the bottom of
the screen.
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Review your answers and click the
CONFIRM button if correct.
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Print a copy of the confirmation
number for your records.
The bid status (Reserve or Non-Reserve) for some flight attendants may not be known until bids are
final. Proffer results will be posted within 24 hours of bid finalization.
PROFFERS MUST BE RECEIVED IN PLANNING BY
1000 Central Time, Monday, December 22, 2014
The bid status (Reserve or Non-Reserve) for some flight attendants may not be known until bids are
final. Proffer results will be posted within 24 hours of bid finalization.
PROFFERS MUST BE RECEIVED IN PLANNING BY
1000 Central Time, Monday, December 22, 2014
Voluntary Training for January 2015
Voluntary Training for January 2015
777-300 and Airbus Voluntary Training Class Dates:
Class dates have not been finalized as of the printing of the bid sheets
737, 757, and 777-200 Voluntary Training Class Dates:
Class dates will be posted on the Flight Service Training Calendar
located on the Flight Service website Training page prior to Trigger
enrollment dates. An email message will give notice when the class
dates are posted.
6, 7, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 26, 27, 28
HOW TO VOLUNTEER FOR 737, 757 OR 777-200
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Flight Attendants who would like to obtain an equipment qualification
on the 737, 757, or 777-200 aircraft, either in conjunction with
Recurrent Training or on a day off, may submit a web-ballot.
If attending aircraft training in conjunction with Recurrent Training, you
must schedule Recurrent Training prior to submitting a web enrollment
form.
Please place your desired dates of training in order of preference.
Flight Attendants on a reserve or available month can only attend on
days off. They must relinquish a duty free period to attend training and
they will receive training pay.
Voluntary enrollment will not involve trip removals.
737, 757, and 777-200 training is a one day training class. You will need
sufficient DO's and DFPs on your schedule to accommodate training.
Voluntary Training requests are honored after Flight Attendants who
successfully triggered an aircraft or service qualification have had an
opportunity to enroll in class.
Your request to be enrolled in a course will be processed one (1)
business day after you submit the enrollment form.
Training consists of an online portion (Phase 1) and a Hands-On Training
(Phase 2).
The Phase 1 online lesson for the 777, 757 and 737 must be completed
prior to attending Phase 2 Hands-On Training. You should complete the
online portion at least 48 hours prior to attending Phase 2. If you do
not, you won’t be permitted to attend hands-on training.
International Flight Attendants and Domestic Flight Attendants who
hold current International qualifications must complete the
International Ditching online course.
For additional information regarding voluntary training, visit the Flight Service
website Training Page.
HOW TO VOLUNTEER FOR 777-300 OR AIRBUS
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If you desire to qualify on the 777-300 or Airbus, you may submit a web
ballot after the Trigger enrollment dates. Please do not submit your
web ballot until January 1, 2014 after trigger enrollment.
Please place your desired dates of training in order of preference.
Note: Due to the large number of F/As needing the 777-300 and Airbus
training, there may be times you will not receive your first choice.
Voluntary enrollment in the 777-300 and Airbus training courses will not
involve trip removals, including reserve duty or available days.
777-300 and Airbus are multi-day training classes that will require an
overnight stay in DFW (for non-DFW/IDF FAs). You will need sufficient
DO's and DFPs on your schedule to accommodate training. Non
DFW/IDF based FAs will be provided hotel accommodations for 777-300
or Airbus voluntary training.
Only FAs who currently hold a current 777-200 qualification and current
international qualification are eligible to become 777-300 qualified.
Your request to be enrolled in a course will be processed one (1)
business day after you submit the enrollment form.
777-300 and Airbus training consists of an online portion (Phase 1) and
a Hands-On Training (Phase 2).
The Phase 1 online lesson for the 777-300 and Airbus must be
completed prior to attending Phase 2 Hands-On Training. You should
complete the online portion at least 48 hours prior to attending Phase
2. If you do not, you won’t be permitted to attend hands-on training.
International Flight Attendants and Domestic Flight Attendants who
hold current International qualifications must complete the
International Ditching online course.
For additional information regarding voluntary training, visit the Flight Service
website Training Page.
JANUARY
TRIGGER MONTH FOR AIRCRAFT TRAINING
777-300ER Trigger Training Enrollment
What You Should Know About Trigger Training in
Trigger Months - Jan, May & Sep.
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***IDF, LAXI, JFK and IMA-based F/As only***
Enrollment Date: December 29 and December 30
Enrollment Time: 10AM CST both days
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Class dates have not been finalized as of the printing of the bid sheets
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Class dates will be posted on the Flight Service Training Calendar located on the
Flight Service website Training page prior to enrollment date. An email message
will give notice when the class dates are posted
If I successfully held a 777-300ER trigger, how do I enroll in a class?
• If you have successfully held a trigger for 777-300ER aircraft and wish to
attend training, you will need to contact the Flight Attendant Service Center
(TSD) or send a HISEND 100 during the specified date above.
• If you have not contacted TSD on the date listed above, it will be considered
Voluntary Training.
• 777-300ER training is a two (2) day classroom/instructor-led training with a
required online lesson that must be completed prior to class start.
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Airbus Trigger Training Enrollment
**DFW, IDF, LAX-D, LGA, SFO, MIA and IMA based F/As only**
Enrollment Date: December 29 and December 30
Enrollment Time: 10AM CST both days
Class dates have not been finalized as of the printing of the bid sheets
Class dates will be posted on the Flight Service Training Calendar located on the
Flight Service website Training page prior to enrollment date. An email message
will give notice when the class dates are posted
If I successfully held an Airbus trigger, how do I enroll in a class?
• If you have successfully held a trigger for Airbus aircraft and wish to attend
training, you will need to contact the Flight Attendant Service Center (TSD) or
send a HISEND 100 during the specified date above.
• If you have not contacted TSD on the date listed above, it will be considered
Voluntary Training.
• Airbus training is (2) day classroom/instructor-led training class with
required online lessons that must be completed prior to class start.
How to Trigger
Choose option 11 on the “HIB” menu and the following menu will be displayed:
 TRIGGER TRAINING – FLIGHT ATTENDANT
 EQUIPMENT QUALIFICATIONS
 767
S80
777-300
Airbus
For 777-300ER Differences Training. ENTER 100
For Airbus Differences Training ENTER 320
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In order to be eligible to attend Trigger Training, your name must appear on the
successful trigger list, which will be posted on the Flight Service website – Training
Page – Trigger Information.
In order to trigger for training, the aircraft or service that you desire must appear
on your base’s bid sheet.
You must be in an active status in order to trigger for training.
Training is scheduled on a first come, first served basis.
You will be offered training on the date(s) that least impact your flying
schedule and options that minimize or eliminate trip removals.
Trip removals are a last resort and are only an option if you are not legal or your
flying schedule shows you unavailable for another class based on your original,
unaltered flying schedule.
If you’ve altered your schedule and/or picked up trips that overlap with
training class dates, you will not be trip removed.
If you are unable to accept the training date we offer you, you will be
removed from the Trigger Training List.
If you do not contact the Training Support Desk during the designated
enrollment period, we will assume you are no longer interested in training
and will remove you from the trigger list.
If you cancel your scheduled training within three (3) business days of the
class start date, you’ll receive a Missed Assignment (MA) and will be
removed from the Trigger Training List.
If you were trip removed and cancel your scheduled trigger training, the trip
removal will be unpaid and uncredited.
Did you know? Additional details can be found on the Flight Service website
– Training Page – Trigger Information.
Other Trigger Training
If you successfully triggered the S80 and/or 767 and would like to enroll in a class,
call the Flight Attendant Service Center any time between 0800 and 1800 Central
Monday through Friday to get more information.
SERVICE QUALIFICATIONS
PPY – PURSER 24– ASIA INTL PREMIUM EXPERIENCE
Simply type in the applicable code (e.g. PPY) for the qualification you’d like.
Indicate your desired qualifications in the order of your preference – separating
each choice with a slash “/”. You can enter up to nine (9) things.
Example: 767/100<ENTER>
Sabre response should be:
767 ADDED TO TRIGGERS
100 ADDED TO TRIGGERS
TRIGGER ADD COMPLETE
• TYPE H FOR HELP WHILE ON THE TRIGGER MENU
• TO DELETE A TRIGGER REQUEST:
EXAMPLE: D/767 <ENTER>
*** TRIGGERS ARE NOT ACCEPTED ON A SECONDARY BID BALLOT***
Reliefs are not built for Flight Attendants:
On Reserve
On Vacation the entire month
Do not have at least 9 days of VC
Qualifications not current at beginning of month
Bidding information is now available on the Flight Service Website accessible via
http://jetnet.aa.com From AAFS (Flight Attendant web site)Select CREW RESOURCES
Look for information.
R1 = ALL RELIEF SELECTION NUMBERS (you will take ANY relief)
R2 = SELECTED RELIEF SELECTION NUMBERS (you only want specific rlfs)
R3 = EXCLUDE BID FROM AWARDING OF RELIEF
ORD VACATION RELIEFS
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3301
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3303
3304
3305
3306
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3308
3309
3310
3311
3312
3313
3314
3315
3316
3317
3318
3319
3320
3321
3322
3323
3324
3325
3326
3327
3328
3329
3330
3331
3332
3333
3334
3335
11306
7835
268
775
1172
1319
1515
1727
1801
2060
2352
2672
2757
3102
3252
3311
3597
4001
4275
4445
4469
5068
5793
6403
6433
6599
7002
7056
8157
8646
9406
9810
10252
10999
11411
11773
565299
335436
11667
45670
64101
74933
95260
96352
96670
96536
98672
86342
19304
14014
56533
56946
110658
112517
37496
132011
132038
146024
145877
185723
185811
147887
307599
307730
345560
362836
437995
532523
533460
387778
565533
592639
RYG P
TYLER K
KEARNEY LE
SANTINI G
GOLLISH DL
COSHUN JP
ZIMMER JM
MANDICH LA
LOWE KA
PREGONT K
HERNET CA
OCONNELL ME
MURPHY JM
JARNAGIN AC
SCHOENECKER
VOLLEN NN
LACKNER TM
MOSS CM
MCKAY YR
MUNSHOWER S
FOLKES WP
HORGAN MT
JOHNS CF
BYLEWSKI NA
WILSON CL
LILLY T
KIERAS SL
HERMANN JM
CARMICHAEL M
MURRAY DL
REMMEL K
YOUNG M
JURISIC SL
GORDON SM
BRAGANZA TIE
SMITH R
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01/30/15
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QUAL’s
3336
3337
3338
3339
3340
3341
3342
3343
3344
3345
3346
3347
3348
3349
3350
3351
3352
3353
3354
3355
3356
3357
3358
3359
3360
3361
3362
3363
3364
3365
3366
3367
3368
3369
3370
3371
3372
3373
3374
12072
13030
13174
2085
2369
2548
3771
4815
2681
2807
4066
4910
1250
2829
4705
3533
11435
2619
4398
5436
5484
5752
5973
6214
6223
6272
6536
6600
6667
6764
7076
7227
7431
8152
8154
8155
8196
8785
4029
520498
637387
625266
97036
98870
6566
112722
139803
18706
43733
122412
140034
67679
43972
139510
52991
520674
5600
131922
163863
164061
168018
175822
182914
182911
183057
196279
301138
301342
301605
307776
321094
321583
345545
345547
345548
11752
169782
81485
MCCAFFREY MA
ESPER LL
BARR TA
PERBOHNER ME
TOMPKINS MG
NURRE PJ
RODRIGUEZ JA
HEINLEIN TH
ADAMS-DEJARD
BRYANT KUH B
JUNG EH
ADDIS LA
BECK BR
NETZEL JE
DAUL P
ENGELMAN W
HARDER P
LEAHY KA
WAGNER KR
PAULSON SJ
PRUITT RATHE
CUNNINGHAM G
BORLAND MA
WONG-GOEBEL
DYER DL
FOOTE AL
ROGERS GJ
BRADLEY JM
WATKINS JL
BORLAND J
POZNIAK A
MARCINEK SB
FRANCIS DA
ALLEN KE
BURNETT DD
BURNETT DA
MOHR MA
DU PREE H
FRIESEN
01/05/15
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01/30/15
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01/30/15
01/16/15
01/28/15
01/30/15
01/30/15
01/28/15
01/15/15
01/15/15
01/15/15 P1
01/15/15
01/29/15
01/26/15
01/30/15
01/26/15
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01/20/15
01/30/15
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01/30/15
ORD RESERVES
FLIGHT ATTENDANTS TRANSFERRING IN OR CHANGING TO
ACTIVE STATUS THE FIRST CONTRACTUAL DAY OF THE MONTH
SHOULD BID ACCORDINGLY IF THEY FALL WITHIN THE
SENIORITY RANGE BELOW.
BACK UP FLIGHT ATTENDANTS SHOULD INCLUDE SOME RESERVE
SELECTIONS AND RESERVE FLIGHT ATTENDANTS SHOULD
INCLUDE SOME REGULAR SELECTIONS IN THEIR BALLOT.
FOR RESERVE INFORMATION REFER TO:
www.aaflightservice.com
From Home Page Select:
My Job > Crew Resources > Bidding Information > General Reserve
Information
PAYBIDS ARE INDICATED IN BOLD
NO Reserve Credit: Bidding ONTO reserve
with vacation or after being granted a leave of
absence will not fulfill his/her reserve rotation
obligation and will not get reserve credit
BACK-UP RESERVE LIST
SEN EMP NAME
11363
11381
11412
11414
11435
11450
11476
11477
11484
11492
11498
11503
11504
11518
11519
11523
11524
11532
11533
11548
11561
11599
11601
11617
11632
11636
11638
11657
11663
11666
11678
11691
11701
565423
565462
565537
565544
520674
565618
565673
565674
565625
565701
565714
565720
565722
565747
565749
565756
565758
565770
565773
565812
77103
565930
565934
445190
566000
566018
566021
487075
592358
592369
592395
592438
592462
KLASSY
JENSEN
WENDT
DOYLE
HARDER
OROURKE
PRESKAR
AKHTAR
CAMPBELL
RIPPY
CHANDLER
ANDREINI
HONORE
CARTER
GREB
MALENFANT
KOCISS
MALDONADO
PERO
EPTING
TOBIN
THOMAS
COLLINS
ERNST
RENDON
DEBB
WEBER
HUDSON
GRABSKY
MCPHILOMY
DAILEY
ALFARO
DIAS
QUALS
11704
11762
11773
11790
11791
11792
11794
11819
11822
11842
11855
11876
11906
11916
11920
11935
11951
11953
11970
11975
11980
11983
11987
11988
11994
11998
12005
12014
12026
12029
12050
12059
12060
12072
12116
12128
12129
12141
12143
12157
12167
12186
592472
325096
592639
592684
592686
592687
592690
592744
592753
480140
565884
592876
592939
592986
592943
593028
593082
593084
593121
593137
593145
566032
593156
593158
593172
593182
593202
593229
430765
16069
520696
593326
593329
520498
593491
593515
593517
593553
593559
593598
593624
593666
WHITTAKER
DERDA
SMITH
CROWE
CLAPP
GARCIA
COATES
VAZQUEZ
TEACHOUT
TRUJILLO
SCHWARTZ
LELLE
RUMSCHLAG
HOWELL
HERBST
VIGO
TEMPLE
OCONNOR
BARGER
SMRT
MCAFOOSE
JOHNSON
HARVEY
HULL
NAGURSKI
AIKEN
VELEZ
PEREZ
NOTO
REBER
ROGERS
LUBY
NG
MCCAFFREY
MOORE
MUNIZ
TOLENTINO
WILLIAMS
KOTSONIS
CAGLE-AFTUCK
EVANS
MILLER
SP
SP
SP
RESERVE LIST
SEN EMP NAME
SP
FR
12188
12219
12234
12247
12255
12310
12329
12331
12333
12351
12353
12370
593670
593734
480447
593802
593822
567256
156407
593977
593981
594021
594025
594059
BONILLA
RYAN
VALDEZ
BLACKBURN
WESTERFIELD
KUHN
JOHNSON
KEITH
VALDEZ
COOLEY
CRAIG-LOY
STATELER
QUALS
12379
12382
12383
12392
12397
12413
12415
12427
12432
12436
12440
12493
12518
12519
12522
12540
12541
12542
12544
12556
12573
12582
12583
12602
12605
12609
12610
12622
12626
12657
12667
12690
12693
13396
13469
13494
13699
13718
13722
13751
13764
13787
13810
13828
13919
13945
14050
14135
14138
14153
14234
14275
14297
14321
14450
83801
13464
580047
594088
521623
487185
594131
558002
594172
594181
387397
626914
637016
637019
637099
647955
647967
647966
647971
648082
648181
648221
648224
645419
645454
645473
645456
645527
645533
637030
645680
645529
645741
621959
623072
623899
626639
653899
581135
614863
627340
629090
629089
655928
614801
629226
632967
185761
633093
633100
633567
638450
638372
638772
640517
CONTINUED
TURCO
GRABOWSKI
SP
OLSEN
MCGOWEN
BEACHAM
SKIBINSKI
BAKER
GRANT
BEIN
CORONA-ZEPEDA
SP
HAWORTH
SMITH
SCHWARZ
PIJL
RUSSELL
SULLIVAN
CEFERIN
STEVENSON
WITWER
PERSON
ANTHONY
KOTULSKI
STEPHENS
REIMERS
WENBERG
MORRIS
RONCKE
MCNICHOLS
WITTIG
WALKER-HENRY
MURCOTT
TUJO
RAY
DEKIEL
BADGER
BURGE
LARSON
DUNLEAVY
UY
DRAKE
FFP
JOHNSON
HARRIS
SMITH
ELSESSER
ROCHE-KEEHN
MC-GRAW
OLIVER
MORGAN
SKOURUP
OHARA
HARFORD
RICHARDSON
MANZELLA
BECERRA
SETTY
FFP
FR
FR
FR
14463
14487
14538
14581
14606
14643
14703
14724
14759
14857
14903
14916
14920
14929
14934
14937
14967
14984
15070
15091
15094
15095
15109
15152
15195
15344
15379
15385
15391
15421
15435
15437
15445
15468
15471
15486
15491
15492
15494
15496
15499
15507
15522
15532
15536
15537
15542
15546
15552
15553
15567
15577
15603
15604
15606
15613
15628
15640
15649
15663
640852
640919
615290
649915
649911
649978
650842
650877
650912
656527
656985
656745
656869
657662
656779
656730
650806
666268
658124
658068
658087
658094
658123
658180
669893
489259
666283
667237
667442
624714
667609
667620
667627
667692
670691
687276
670758
667697
670989
667686
667683
321109
687113
687100
687213
687111
687102
687097
687108
687148
520970
687203
687167
687210
687182
687177
651883
687246
687245
687257
HARGROVE
KOZARITS
SEXTON
CLANTON
HOLDING
BUIE
CRISAFULLI
HARRELL
CAMPO
SITO
PETZEL
OCASIO
WILSON
HARRISON
BERRY
ROWE
AMEND
ROGERS
EARLS
KUHN
CASE
STANCZAK
CLAUSEN
DUDKO
STOCKS
FIGUEROA-JIMENEZ
CARTER
VASQUEZ
ILIFF
WESSELS
LINER
TOUSIS
MURPHY
BOWLIN
POGGI
ZIEGELBAUER
ZURCHER
LOWERY
KI
BARNINGHAM
TEAGUE
STOFFREGEN
LEHMKUHL
BERGSTROM
WALKER
HOLMES
MELNYCHUK
BROWN
GENOVA
OLIVIER
KELLY
OKOL
GEORGE
WENC
JOHNSON
HANNON
PERRY
CALCANO
LASKER
BILLOPS
FR
SP
SP
15666
15790
15794
15796
15899
15917
15928
15929
15930
15940
15945
15946
15950
15957
15978
15985
15992
15996
16482
16496
16499
16501
16513
16514
16526
16548
16564
16581
16585
16592
16601
687250
696558
695464
658023
695731
696446
695693
696526
687948
695697
695694
695867
696444
696594
696614
696581
696555
696547
751137
751130
752564
752561
751140
752573
751128
752614
752577
752588
752610
752582
752593
ZARAGOZA
SP
CURTIS
JOHNSON
SP
NZARA
RICKETTS
VASQUEZ-JR
GUSTIN
MEYER
HAYDEN
MURPHY
KNEIBLHER
YUN
TUDOR
DESAUTELS
ZEUTENHORST
SEK
INGRAM
MORELOS-ORTEGA
SIGLER
SCHULTZ
AKASHIMIRANDAMENDE
ENGELMANN
CONWAY
BILYEU
BRASK
NORTON
VUKOBRAD
TAYLOR
GRAY
EDMONDS
MELNICK
SP
THE RESERVE COUNT MAY CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.
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ORD RESERVES
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1758
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1761
1762
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1768
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NO Reserve Credit: Bidding onto reserve with vacation or
after being granted a bid leave will not fulfill his/her reserve
rotation obligation and will not get reserve credit.
•
•
•
FLIGHT ATTENDANTS TRANSFERRING IN OR CHANGING TO ACTIVE
STATUS THE FIRST CONTRACTUAL DAY OF THE MONTH SHOULD BID
ACCORDINGLY IF THEY FALL WITHIN THE SENIORITY RANGE BELOW.
BACK UP FLIGHT ATTENDANTS SHOULD INCLUDE SOME RESERVE
SELECTIONS.
RESERVE FLIGHT ATTENDANTS SHOULD INCLUDE SOME REGULAR
SELECTIONS IN THEIR BALLOT.
X = DUTY FREE
M = MOVABLE
ORD Domestic for the month of January 2015
PRE−FLIGHT / THROUGH − FLIGHT FUELING POSITIONS
The following Flight Attendants have extended ground time assignments for reporting
early or staying late which corresponds to the fueling responsibilties. Assigned F/As are
compensated for reporting early/staying late assignments in accordance with the Flight
Attendant agreement: Article 3, section J, 1−2
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Aircraft
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Report Early
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Stay Late
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737
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Flight Services Procedures − Revised 11/28/01
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D/I
BASE
SEQ
FLIGHT
STA
D/P Ext (Mins)
D/I
BASE
SEQ
FLIGHT
STA
D/P Ext (Mins)
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ORD
10710
1047
LAX
5
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D
ORD
10721
1192
LAX
37
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D
ORD
10724
2378
SFO
12
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D
ORD
10791
1456
MCO
3
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D
ORD
10794
1192
LAX
37
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D
ORD
10795
1444
PHX
4
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D
ORD
10797
393
MEX
18
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D
ORD
10797
1597
MEX
16
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D
ORD
10819
1456
MCO
3
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D
ORD
10821
1444
PHX
4
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D
ORD
10824
393
MEX
18
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D
ORD
10824
1597
MEX
16
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D
ORD
10827
1355
BOS
2
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D
ORD
10833
1644
SNA
5
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D
ORD
10837
1224
EWR
7
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D
ORD
10850
1515
MCO
10
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D
ORD
10858
1444
PHX
4
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D
ORD
10859
1515
MCO
12
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D
ORD
10860
1192
LAX
5
|
D
ORD
10862
393
MEX
18
|
D
ORD
10862
1597
MEX
16
|
D
ORD
10864
1355
BOS
2
|
D
ORD
10891
1456
MCO
3
|
D
ORD
10895
1444
PHX
4
|
D
ORD
10897
1597
MEX
16
|
D
ORD
10897
393
MEX
18
|
D
ORD
10909
1515
MCO
12
|
D
ORD
10912
393
MEX
18
|
D
ORD
10912
1597
MEX
16
|
D
ORD
10913
1132
PHX
1
|
D
ORD
10923
2488
EWR
8
|
D
ORD
10926
2378
SFO
12
|
D
ORD
10933
221
SFO
10
|
D
ORD
10940
1456
MCO
3
|
D
ORD
10944
1597
MEX
16
|
D
ORD
10944
393
MEX
18
|
D
ORD
10945
1052
TPA
15
|
D
ORD
10984
1047
LAX
5
|
D
ORD
10999
1047
LAX
5
|
D
ORD
11003
1684
EWR
1
|
D
ORD
11008
2378
SFO
12
|
D
ORD
12114
2339
DFW
50
|
REPORT EARLY −− TURN
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SEQ 12114 REPORT EARLY DFW
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