MIA DOMESTIC Flight Attendant Trip Selection for

MIA DOMESTIC
Flight Attendant Trip Selection for APRIL 2015 (01APR – 01MAY)
Flight Attendant Service Center
Open Bidding
0001
18 MAR 15 local base time
Close Bidding
0001
22 MAR 15 local base time
Military
0900
25 MAR 15 Central time
Awards will be available outside MOD office by 23:59 on 27 MAR 15
Military Information: HTTP://JETNET.AA.COM FROM AAFS (FLIGHT ATTENDANT WEB
SITE) SELECT CREW RESOURCES LOOK FOR INFORMATION
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. Reps can be reached by phone or by sending an email to
[email protected]
MONTHLY BIDDING INFORMATION:
Fall-offs: Approximately 0 international fall-offs.
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.
Remarks may not be honored for the period of : APR 1 -6 .
Approximately: 0-33 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.
Administration
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.
International Cabin Positions/Equipment Codes
Equipment
EQ Codes
F/C
B/C
777-300
82
1, 5*
4*,6 ,7, 10, 11 2*, 3, 8, 9, 12, 13
777-200
AE
1, 5*, 6
4*, 7, 8
2*, 3, 8, 9, 10
777-200 3CLS***
AE
1, 5*
4*, 7
2, 3, 6, 8, 9
777-200 2CLS
AE
1, 5*, 6
777-200 2CLS
AF
1, 4, 5*, 6, 7
2*, 3, 8, 9, 10, 11
777-200 2CLS***
AF
1, 5*, 6, 7
2*, 3, 4, 8, 9
767- 300ER
34, D0, D7
1, 5*, 6, 8
2*, 3, 4, 7
3, 6
9
767-300 ER #
34, D0, D7
2*, 3, 4, 7
3, 6
7
2*, 3, 4, 7
3, 6
767-300 ER ##
757
757 ###
737
A319
A321S
2*, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8
1, 5*, 6
34, D0, D7
49, 62, B0, B1, BA
1, 5*, 6
1, 3
BA
M/C
2*, 4, 5
1, 3
10, 11
12, 13
6
11
9
9
3
5
6
3, 4
3, 5
1
2, 3, 4, 5
1
2, 3, 4
1, 3
2, 4, 5
3
3
5
# When aircraft is flown in the Mexico / Caribbean / LFS Market
## When aircraft is flown in Hawaii Market
### 757 (16F/166Y configuration) when flown in IFS Markets
*Paid galley position - F./A is paid galley pay only on scheduled 3-class service, routes and galley assignment is the
primary serving position. When a 2-class service is scheduled on a 3-class configured aircraft, B/C positions are
considered M/C position
++ Final cabin assignment based on customer load, market flown and F/A staffing. Flex positions may be assigned
serving duties in multiple cabins. The Purser may reassign F/A positions based on customer distribution and/or
operational concerns.
*** When 777 is flown as a 3-CLS/2CLS with a liquor/beverage service in FC and B/C and Coffee/Juice Service in
Main Cabin
Bid compliments may vary by market seasonally.
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.
11
3, 6
91
Returning Safely to Work from an Illness or Injury
6
2*, 4, 5, 6
B9, CE
75, 76
Flex Pos++ VMC Pos
The Flight Attendant Service Center is awaiting your call!
ATL Satellite Flying ATL sequence s are indicated by “A” code. These seq will originate
and terminate at ATL.
Flight Attendant Change of Status/Update to Quals/ Finger Prints/ Passports,
Language. 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 817-967-3733
Increase water provisioning in all AFS/CAR/DOM/HFS/MEX flights
Due to flight attendant feedback, effective April 1st, LAA will be
standardizing/increasing the 1 Liter water provisioning in all AFS/CAR/DOM/HFS/MEX
markets.
Please continue to provide us with your feedback, your comments are valuable to the
Food and Beverage teams as they make adjustments and continue to monitor the
issues.
See below scheduling by markets and aircrafts:
DOM/MEX/CAR - BEV, WATER, 1.057 QT/1 L
New Water Provisioning
A/C
New Water Provisioning FC/CC
YC
737
Set of 10
Set of 18
S80
Set of 10
Set of 18
A319
Set of 10
Set of 18
A321S
Set of 10
Set of 18
A321T
Set of 10
Set of 18
75L
Set of 10
Set of 18
77A
Set of 11
Set of 28
757
Set of 15
Set of 18
763
Set of 15
Set of 28
AFS - BEV, WATER, 1.057 QT/1 L
New Water
New Water
A/C
Provisioning FC
Provisioning CC
A321T
Set of 10
Set of 15
77A
Set of 11
763
Set of 15
Set of 25
New Water
Provisioning YC
Set of 18
Set of 28
Set of 28
HFS - BEV, WATER, 1.057 QT/1 L
A/C
New Water Provisioning FC
New Water Provisioning YC
75L
Set of 10
Set of 18
757
Set of 15
Set of 18
763
Set of 15
Set of 28
Thanks again for all you do!
Flight Attendant Tablet Tips:
• 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.
• Make sure you have your Tablet with you before you
leave the aircraft.
Help Desk 800-343-0343 ICS 931-5313 INTL 678-9922920
nd
NEW PAY ITEMS – Effective May 2 , 2015
 Understaffing pay – If you’re working a flight with fewer than the number of required Flight Attendants based on the staffing parameters in Section 10, you’ll be paid
$10.50 per credited hour, prorated to the nearest minute.
 Training pay - $75 for each day of recurrent and non-recurrent training
 International override pay – International override pay of $3.00 per hour will be paid as follows:
o International Premium Destination (IPD) – A sequence that has a premium level of service on flights to/from Europe, Asia, and destinations in Deep South America.
International override will be paid on all flight segments contained in an IPD sequence.
o Non-International Premium Destination (NIPD) – An NIPD sequence does not contain premium level of service flights (i.e. Caribbean, Central/South America, Hawaii
and Mexico). On NIPD sequences, you’ll be paid international override for all international (only) segments.
 Sick Leave Cap Removed and all trips eligible paid sick hours
 Replacement Flight Attendant’s guarantee increases to 80 hours
 Purser, Lead, Aft, and Galley Premiums
DOMESTIC
INTERNATIONAL
Aircraft Type
Lead
E190
$1.25
$1.25
B737-800/900
$2.50
$2.50
A319/A320
$2.50
$2.50
MD80
$2.50
$2.50
A321
$3.25
A321T
$3.25
B757
$2.75
B767
$3.25
B777
$3.25
B787
$3.25
$1.00
A330
$3.25
A350
$3.25
Purser
Aft
Galley
NIPD Lead
IPD Purser
AFT
Galley
$3.25
$4.75*
$1.00**
$1.00
$3.75
$5.75
$1.75
$1.00**
$6.50
$7.50
$1.75
$1.00**
$6.50
$7.50
$6.50
$7.50
$1.00
$6.50
$7.50
$1.00
$6.50
$7.50
$5.75*
*3-Class Transcon only
$1.00
$1.00**
$1.00**
$1.75
$1.00
$1.00**
**one galley position per class of service
nd
Elimination of Domestic 30 Hours in 7 Days Limitation – On May 2 , 2015 the restriction prohibiting a Flight Attendant from being scheduled to fly more than 30 hours of
Domestic flight time in a 7 day period will be eliminated.
Voluntary Waiver of Duty Limitations – On a delayed flight where you might exceed your maximum duty period limits and haven’t heard from Crew Tracking? Be sure you make
contact with Crew Tracking and do not assume you’ll automatically be eligible for the premium pay outlined in Sections 11.O.1. and 14.D.1. Both your crew and Crew Tracking
must agree to the extended duty period via verbal or electronic communication. If you have any questions regarding the VE waiver please contact Crew Tracking to ensure that
the proper coding has been added to your sequence if applicable.
Waiving/Reducing Home Base Rest – If you are scheduled to fly an International sequence that contains long range or extended long range flights in a duty period, you are able
to voluntarily reduce your home base rest. The entry to waive your rest is HIHBR/SEQ/DATE or HIHBR/SEQ/DATE/D to cancel the waiver. You may also choose to waive via
AVRS. This entry may be made before, during or after the trip sequence with the long/extended long range duty. If it is your intent to waive, the best time to do so is before the
sequence is flown since you could be removed from the next sequence, if illegal, before you have the opportunity to waive the rest. The waiver only applies to one sequence, so
you will have to make the entry for each sequence individually. The HIHBR entry to reduce rest is made for the sequence being completed, not for the next sequence
scheduled. So, the sequence number and date used in the entry is for the sequence after which you want to reduce your rest, NOT for the subsequent sequence scheduled. The
HIHBR entry may be made for a future trip in the month, but it is always reducing the rest that follows the sequence number entered. Below is a chart that lists the various duty
period limitations along with the required rest/reduction options:
International On Duty Limitations, Rest Provisions and Option to Reduce Rest
TYPE FLYING
IN DUTY PERIOD
SCHEDULED
ON-DUTY
ACTUAL
ON-DUTY
BLOCK HOURS
LAYOVER REST
HOME REST
(Regular & Reserve)
Non-Long Range
14:00
16:00
12:00 or less
9 hours reducible to 8 behind the
door
12:00
Non-Stop Flight >7:00
14:00
16:00
Long Range
16:00
18:00
12:00 or less
>12:00 up to
14:30
10:30 hours reducible to 10:00
14:30
REDUCIBLE REST
(Not applicable for Reserves)
Yes, up to 2:00 in actual
operations*
No
36:00
Yes, at FA option to 24:00
Flt time plus
Scheduled +3:00
>14:30
10:30 hours reducible to 10:00
48:00
Yes, at FA option to 24:00
report/debrief
actual
* 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
Extended Long
FREQUENTLY USED DECS ENTRIES
3*
ENTRY
DESCRIPTION
Display base status record
ENTRY
NS/FLT/DATE/STATION
3BR
Display bid results senior/junior to you
NSV/FLT/DATE/STATION
3C/T/BASE-D
NSG/FLT/DATE/STATION
3C/T/CANCEL 1
Input Transfer Request
Cancel Transfer Request (if multiple requests enter
number that corresponds to request)
DESCRIPTION
Display a flight crew list
Display flight crew list with hotel and limo
information
Display flight crew list with gate information
HSS/POSITION/SEQ/DATE
Display a trip sequence
N4D/BASE//DATE
N4I/BASE//DATE
N4B/BASE//DATE
Display Detailed Open Time – Dom Trips
Display Detailed Open Time – Intl Trips
Display Detailed Open Time – Both Dom & Intl Trips
HT/EMP NBR/EMP NBR
HTS/A/SEQ/DATE or
HTO/A/SEQ/DATE
HTMD
Enter Trip Trade/Optional Exchange
(A=employee #1 entered B = employee #2
entered)
N3D/BASE//DATE
N3I/BASE//DATE
N3B/BASE//DATE
Display Open Time – Dom Trips
Display Open Time – Intl Trips
Display Open Time - Both Dom & Intl Trips
Note: N3DO or N3IO or N3BO only shows trips still open
HT/EMP#/OPEN
HTS/A/SEQ/DATE
HTS/B/SEQ/DATE/POS
HTMD
HZ
Enter Open Time Trip Trade Mode
Enter sequence to trade to open time
Enter sequence to pick up from open time
Adjust DFPs
Finalize trade and check legality/status of
trade
HI PERSONAL MODE ENTRY INDEX
COMPUTER ENTRY
BSIP/EMP#/PASSWORD
HIP or HIX
HIS/EMP#/PASSWORD
HISS/EMP#/PASSWORD
COMPUTER ENTRY
HIB/S
HIB/*
HIB/*/S
HI19/MONTH/OPTION
DESCRIPTION OF TRANSACTION
Secondary bid ballot mode
Display bid ballot
Display secondary bid ballot
Change Option I, II
HIPLOT
AVBL FA self-assign trips on schedule
HIBOARD
HI1
HI10
HI10M
HI2
HI3
HI30/MON/S
HI4
DESCRIPTION OF TRANSACTION
Sign in to Personal Mode
Enter Personal Mode or Exit Personal Mode
Crewmember Sign In for sequence
Sign in for Standby
Display FOS Directory System In Personal Mode
(See Flt Svc Web Crew Resources for more
information)
Display Trip Trade Bulletin Board
Display current month activity record
Display vacation and other planned absences
Planned Absence Display w/Special ACP Action
Display Past or Future Monthly Activity Record
Display Current Sequence Leg Detail
Flight Attendant Waive 30 Hour Legality
Display Last Sequence Flown Leg Detail
HIHVBL
HIPREF
HI25/DATE
HIDFP/Y/MONTH
HISK
HIPVD
HIVOLP/MONTH/S
HIHBM/SEQ#/DATE
HI5
Display Next Sequence To Be Flown Leg Detail
HIHBR/SEQ#/DATE
Displays days/hours high time flyer is eligible to recover
Enter Reserve assignment preferences
Relative Position on the Reserve List
Set indicator to allow
Display Sick/Vacation Accrual Record and thresholds
Request/cancel/verify status of PVD, mini or bid leave
Set Voluntary Purser Indicator
Use actual deadhead legality for home base rest
Reduce Home base rest to 24 hours after long
range/extended long range flying
HI6
HI6A
H6P
HI16
HI7
HI8
Access Personal mode messages
Print all unread HI6 messages
Print single HI6 message
Redisplay today’s HI6 messages
Display address and phone number
Display Crew Base and Seniority Data
HIY
Set Trip Trade Authorization
HIHTL/FLT#/DTE/STA
HIN
Unset Trip Trade Authorization
HISEND
HIB
Monthly bid ballot mode
HI0/SYMBOLIC
HIVBB
Display Next Year's Expected Vacation Accrual and
PVDs used during Current Calendar Year
Enter and Display Vacation Bid Ballot
Display selected or unselected vac bid
Display equipment qualifications
Submit pay claim
Release Layover Hotel Room
Change phone numbers (12 characters each)
Display miscellaneous expenses
Display sequence expenses
Display Duty Period Sign In Messages
Reserve Assignment
HI18/US /AR
HIDIR
HIVC
HIVC/* /S or /U
HI*9
HICLAIM
HIH/DAYMONTH
HIPH/H/T OR /B
HI11/MONTH
HI12/MONTH
HI13
HI14
HIHP/START DTE/END
DTE/CODE/A or D
Add/Delete Name on Makeup/Optional Lists
Code = MU, II, SM, L2, XC, VP
Note: XC = Critical Coverage
HISCR/DTE/DTE
HISCM/BASE/DATE/A or D
Add name to short call reserve
Add/delete name on short call makeup list
Display Hotel/Limo Information (station where flight
originated)
Personal mode message sending capability
See HIDIR/FA/SEND for form numbers
Send free text message to specific crew desk
See HIDIR/FA/SEND/HI0 for specific addresses
Enter/Delete US/Foreign Passport, Alien Reg
Requires -ET- entry to end and save
Enter foreign visa (Requires -ET- to end and save)
Add Name Into a Classroom Roster
Add name to standby list for a training class
Display Class Roster
Display Crewmembers First Names On Flight Segments
Special Training Class List
Enter special training
Display All Classes in the Classroom Roster System
List All Closed Classes In The Classroom Roster System
Display Available Classes In The Classroom Roster System
/FP
HI18/VI*/COUNTRY CODE
HIU/CLASS NBR
HIU/CLASS NBR/S
HIV/CLASS NBR
HI15/FLT#/DATE/STA
HI22
HI22/2 DIGIT LIST NBR
HITG/DATE/DATE/STATION
HITH/DATE/DATE/STATION
HITJ/DATE/DATE/STATION
TO: MIA DOMESTIC FLIGHT ATTENDANTS
RE: AIRBUS A319/A321 Training Proffer – April Reserves
TO: MIA DOMESTIC FLIGHT ATTENDANTS
RE: AIRBUS A319/A321 Training Proffer – April Regular (non-reserve)
The following is a proffer for MIA-D based reserve Flight Attendants desiring to qualify on the
A319/A321 aircraft. We are proffering for up to 10 MIA April reserve Flight Attendants to be
trained in April. Only those Flight Attendants who are on reserve in April 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 MIA-D based non-reserve Flight Attendants desiring to qualify
on the A319/A321 aircraft. We are proffering for up to 30 MIA April non-reserve Flight
Attendants to be trained. Only those Flight Attendants who are not on reserve in April 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:
April: 6-7, 8-9, 10-11, 11-12, 12-13, 14-15, 16-17, 21-22, 24-25, 27-28
April: 6-7, 8-9, 10-11, 11-12, 12-13, 14-15, 16-17, 21-22, 24-25, 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.
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.
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**
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Sign into the Flight Service website.
Go to the Crew Resources page.
Look for Featured Links.
Under Crew Planning, double click on the Airbus April Training Ballot.
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.
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, Sunday, March 22, 2015
Proffer must be accomplished via a web ballot
**Please use the following guidelines**
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Sign into the Flight Service website.
Go to the Crew Resources page.
Look for Featured Links.
Under Crew Planning, double click on the Airbus April Training Ballot.
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.
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, Sunday, March 22, 2015
TO: MIA DOMESTIC FLIGHT ATTENDANTS
RE: 777-300ER Training Proffer – April Regular or Reserve
The following is a proffer for MIA-D based Flight Attendants desiring to qualify on the 777300ER aircraft. We are proffering for up to 40 Flight Attendants to be trained. Only those
Flight Attendants who are overwater, 777-200 and IFS/IPE qualified will be eligible for this
proffer. If insufficient proffers are received, Flight Attendants may be assigned training in
reverse order of seniority.
Online course completion is required prior to attending hands-on training at FSU. You will
not be admitted to hands-on training without having completed the online portion. Training
will be plotted on your schedule on one of the following:
April: 7-8, 9-10, 11-12, 22-23, 24-25, 25-26, 26-27, 28-29
Reserve Flight Attendants will receive an additional D7 removal on a reserve day for
completion of the online courses. You will be advised of your successful proffer or
assignment via HI6 message. This e-mail will contain all the details you will need.
Pick-up locations for shuttle service to FSU are all 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. M2’s may be moved at the company’s option to
accommodate training. 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
Proffer must be accomplished via a web ballot
**Please use the following guidelines**
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Sign into the Flight Service website.
Go to the Crew Resources page.
Look for Featured Links.
Under Crew Planning, double click on the 777-300 April Training Ballot.
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.
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, Sunday, March 22, 2015
APRIL
NON-TRIGGER MONTH FOR AIRCRAFT TRAINING
APRIL
NON-TRIGGER MONTH FOR AIRCRAFT TRAINING
777-300ER Trigger Training Enrollment
Airbus Trigger Training Enrollment
***IDF, LAXI, JFK and IMA-based F/As only***
***DFW, IDF, LAXD, LGA, SFO, MIA, IMA, ORD AND SLT based F/As
only***
Enrollment Date: MARCH 30, 2015
Enrollment Time: 10AM CST
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 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.
Enrollment Date: MARCH 30, 2015
Enrollment Time: 10AM CST
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.
What You Should Know About Trigger Training in a
Non-Trigger Month
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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 need to have DO’s on your schedule because you cannot be trip
removed during a non-trigger month.
No trip removals also include reserve day removals and/or available day
removals.
You may not trigger for training on reserve months, however if you
successfully triggered in a non-reserve month you can attend trigger
training during a reserve month. In non-trigger months, you may attend
trigger training by relinquishing duty-free periods.
Did you know? Additional details can be found on the Flight Service
website – Training Page – Trigger Information.
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
SERVICE QUALIFICATIONS
24 – ASIA INTERNATIONAL PREMIUM EXPERIENCE
Simply type in the applicable code (e.g. 24) 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***
Designated trigger training months are: January, May and September
Voluntary Training for April 2015
Voluntary Training for April 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, 8, 9, 10, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 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 March 31, 2015 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.
MIA CQ TRAINING
APR 2015
----- CQ Training Update ----2015-16 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 1030.
• Class 2 begins at 1130 and class end time is 1500.
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.
Flight Attendants are expected to be familiar with the material contained within the FA Tablet eManual, Revisions and Bulletins on
their effective date and could 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 APR 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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MAY. It is your responsibility to notify the Base Planner you have
APR is your Grace
Month, you must notify the Base Planner no later than APR 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 WBT lesson
prior to CQ Training. This lesson must be completed no more than two months prior to 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.
MIA ~ APR 2015
Class
Dates
APR
6~7
7~8
8~9
9~10
10~11
13~14
14~15
15~16
16~17
17~18
20~21
21~22
22~23
23~24
24~25
27~28
28~29
CQ Training Class Rosters
Class 1
Day 1
Day 2
1330-1730
0700-1030
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
If you are not enrolled in a class by APR 06, please
contact the TSD as soon as possible for assistance with
enrollment.
Class 2
Day 1 1800-2200
Day 2 1130-1500
99
103
105
106
108
109
116
132
133
183
196
200
208
213
214
215
221
HOW TO ENROLL IN CQ TRAINING:
• Self-enrollment will be activated at 0900 CST MAR 25.
• IFS call-in enrollment will begin at 0700 CST MAR 26.
International Flagship Service (IFS)
• TSD call-in enrollment will begin at 0700 CST MAR 26.
***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 MAR 27.
• 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
• You may contact the Training Support Desk (TSD) via LIVE CHAT from the Flight Service Website or complete a HISEND form 100 during the selfenrollment 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
For local FAs who are driving to training: The South
parking lot at the Flight Academy (adjacent to the pool
area) is a restricted parking lot and has curbs which are
painted blue.
Cars without a blue Flight Academy hang-tag displayed
from the rear view mirror will be ticketed and/or towed.
Flight attendants may park in the East parking lot in front
of the C.R. Smith Museum which has yellow curbs.
Although the parking spaces are labeled “Reserved”, you
may park in these areas without risk of being ticketed or
towed.
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 a web
based 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.
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 at Flight Academy to complete workshops and drills then 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
 If you are staying at The Lodge, there is no van service to the Flight Academy. You will need to walk across the street.
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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 a sweater, as classrooms can be cool. If you opt to
wear your uniform, you must be in full uniform compliance in order to be admitted to CQ.
What to bring: Flight Attendant crew I.D., equipment key, jet bridge key (old CR key to gain access to the Flight Academy), FA Tablet eManual with Charger and
Battery. A snack is suggested, as there are no scheduled meal breaks.
Web Based Training (WBT)
All flight attendants must complete the WBT lesson(s) prior to attending CQ
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All flight attendants are required to complete the same WBT lesson titled CQ Training 2015-2016, you will find multiple lessons within this title
You cannot be admitted into training unless all WBT lessons have been completed
To complete WBT 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 2015-2016) then click “Launch”
With this lesson, you will not receive a confirmation code at the end of the WBT
To receive credit for the WBT lesson, you may START and COMPLETE the lesson within two months prior to attending CQ 2015-16.
For example: If your base month is June:
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You may start and complete the WBT in April, May or June prior to your class date
If, due to circumstances beyond your control, you are not able to attend training in your base month, you will be required to complete the WBT prior to attending
training in your grace month.
If you have completed your WBT and then become QI, you must retake the WBT lesson prior to attending CQ
Special Note for Mac, iPad and Personal PC Users
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iPad Users: Requires iOS 7 or greater. The videos in this course require users to enable 3 party cookies. The iPad Mini is not currently supported.
Internet Browsers: The Online Learning Center (OLC) is supported on Internet Explorer (IE) 6.0 or higher. Mozilla Firefox is not supported.
If you receive a warning message that your operating system is not compatible, stop and do not continue with this activity as your progress will not be recorded.
You must use a supported browser/platform combination in order to receive full credit.
If you experience difficulties with your internet, go to Jetnet/Help/Technical or contact the Help Desk at 800-447-2000.
For technical assistance, click on Employee Help located under your name on the Training Site home page, then click on Technical Assistance. For WBT
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 WBT lesson(s) are excellent resources to study prior to CQ.
Training videos to include drills, CPR and Monitor and Challenge can be found on the Flight Service website /Training Home/ Training Videos.
Be prepared to demonstrate your proficiency regarding the following procedures:
• Evacuation Drill commands and actions
• Adult CPR/ Infant Heimlich
• Levels of Threat
• Planned Emergency Checklist
• Monitor and Challenge
• Emergency equipment operation
• General ditching principles
International and Domestic FAs will perform the following drills (based on aircraft qualifications):
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S80:
FA 1, FWD Entry Door. If not 767 or 777 qualified, Unplanned ditching as FA 1.
737:
OWE, FA 5 Window Operation
757:
4 L/R Door Drill as FA 2 with FA 4
767:
4L or 4R, Planned (INTL) or Unplanned (DOM) ditching.
777-200: 1L, FA 1 Door Operation. If not 767 qualified, Planned ditching, FA 1
777-300: 3L, FA 7 Door Operation
787:
1L, FA 1 Door Operation
A321T: 3L Door drill as FA 4
A319: Exit operation at 1L
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
BIDDING OPEN REPLACEMENT ENTER 3000 DOMESTIC
REMARKS ARE CONSIDERED IN OPEN REPLACEMENTS (NOT PDF’S).
Attention All Flight Attendants bidding for 3000 Open Replacement Selections
The duty free pattern for open replacement lines will vary from previous months. The DFP's
will more accurately support the operational needs throughout the month. The significant
change that you might see would be a decrease in DFP's on the weekends. As a reminder,
Preferences are awarded based on seniority. Please make sure that you back up your
preferences for open replacement selections, especially if you are junior.
R1 = ALL RELIEF SELECTION NUMBERS (you will take ANY relief)
R2 = SPECIFIC RELIEF SELECTION NUMBERS (you only want specific reliefs)
R3 = EXCLUDE BID FROM AWARDING OF RELIEF (does not award Sel as relief)
MIA PDF SELECTIONS NONE –
Relief not listed? Check your HI10 for vacation dates.
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
RLF
SEN
EMP
MIAD VACATION RELIEFS
NAME
START END
3300
3301
3302
3303
3304
3305
3306
3307
3308
3309
3310
3311
3312
3313
3314
3315
3316
3317
3318
3319
3320
3321
13245
12962
9117
9985
10411
10946
13292
1176
1883
1998
3225
3490
3841
4098
4194
4664
4711
5196
5907
6174
6361
7508
626023
637248
446951
532900
563805
564968
648086
104594
96994
97436
41522
95400
114490
123606
126866
134199
139540
152798
175733
182837
185656
321780
PAIKOS-FISHE
SOUTHMAYD JL
SORRENTINO M
STETSON SL
MCGLYNN D
PATINO C
BOYD J
HANKINS PJ
RAMEY LP
HUNTER-LENZ
KELLOGG LD
CHANDLER PD
MAYFIELD SR
GRUBBS RE
MASTERSON A
KARST CR
PULS D
STRAIN EC
LYONS RA
FERREIRA CA
WAGNER KW
WEILBACHER P
04/03/15
04/05/15
04/05/15
04/10/15
04/10/15
04/05/15
04/10/15
04/17/15
04/05/15
04/17/15
04/17/15
04/17/15
04/05/15
04/17/15
04/05/15
04/17/15
04/05/15
04/05/15
04/05/15
04/17/15
04/05/15
04/05/15
04/30/15
04/25/15
04/23/15
04/28/15
04/28/15
04/23/15
04/24/15
04/30/15
04/18/15
04/30/15
04/30/15
04/30/15
04/18/15
04/30/15
04/18/15
04/30/15
04/18/15
04/18/15
04/18/15
04/30/15
04/18/15
04/18/15
QUALS
P1
P1
3322
3323
3324
3325
3326
3327
3328
3329
3330
3331
3332
3333
3334
3335
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
8398
9307
11314
12172
12458
12765
12806
12900
12904
12919
12981
4562
13291
1432
1709
2630
3090
12739
12868
2527
7969
11326
3113
3301
3375
4303
4476
5398
5736
5747
5932
5977
6009
6149
6220
6409
6574
6782
7138
7357
7701
7749
7913
11528
362187
134336
565367
593686
626772
637106
656078
697524
637192
697542
637312
133930
645583
75770
96206
98899
43613
655845
697462
1644
335240
565106
14300
46669
44644
118215
133709
163817
168029
168057
175765
175895
175978
176340
182934
185782
301114
307022
307930
177480
335145
335301
335662
565247
WESTON LD
CHANDLER T
PRESTON J
LANE R
HALCOMB SK
CHEELY KM
GRAHAM GR
CLARK DL
CHAPPELL CD
ORLOFF GE
OSVATH LJ
BARTLETT T
RODE KE
MOORE SJ
THOMASON JS
PASCHAL J
MALKOUN VD
WIEDMANN CA
LAMONT L
BIANCHI-SARO
PHILLIPS CS
GAILEY MC
KERNS II RD
DIAZ GM
STARCHER JA
SNEED CE
MISHLER LD
ONEAL L
HENDERSON SE
STELLYES A
FARRELL PJ
RIMKUS AM
BARDON-VOTA
EDWARDS C
HOYT RA
RAMAGE PL
OTTERSON KJ
ALLEN NL
BEAVERS KJ
GONZALES E
BETHEL V
TYLER BL
SCHMIDT-LEAV
TYPALDOS L
04/05/15
04/17/15
04/05/15
04/05/15
04/17/15
04/17/15
04/05/15
04/17/15
04/05/15
04/17/15
04/05/15
04/05/15
04/17/15
04/19/15
04/05/15
04/05/15
04/05/15
04/05/15
04/19/15
04/20/15
04/20/15
04/17/15
04/22/15
04/05/15
04/05/15
04/05/15
04/05/15
04/05/15
04/05/15
04/23/15
04/18/15
04/12/15
04/12/15
04/18/15
04/05/15
04/23/15
04/05/15
04/18/15
04/05/15
04/23/15
04/12/15
04/18/15
04/12/15
04/23/15
NOTE: * indicated relief may not be awarded.
04/18/15
04/30/15
04/18/15
04/18/15
04/30/15
04/30/15
04/18/15
04/30/15
04/18/15
04/30/15
04/18/15
04/17/15
04/29/15
04/30/15
04/16/15
04/16/15
04/16/15
04/16/15
04/30/15
04/30/15
04/30/15
04/27/15
05/01/15
04/13/15
04/13/15
04/13/15
04/13/15
04/13/15
04/13/15
05/01/15
04/26/15
04/20/15
04/20/15
04/26/15
04/13/15
05/01/15
04/13/15
04/26/15
04/13/15
05/01/15
04/20/15
04/26/15
04/20/15
05/01/15
SP
SP FR
P1
P1
P1
MIA RESERVES
•
•
•
FLIGHT ATTENDANTS TRANSFERRING IN
OR CHANGING TO ACTIVE STATUS the first
contractual day of their first full month should bid
accordingly IF THEY FALL WITHIN THE
SENIORITY RANGE BELOW.
BACK UP F/A SHOULD INCLUDE SOME
RESERVE SELECTIONS.
RESERVE F/A SHOULD INCLUDE SOME
REGULAR SELECTIONS IN THEIR BALLOT.
SENIORITY NUMBERS IN DECS AND THIS
PUBLICATION * MAY BE DIFFERENT: RELATIVE
SENIORITY HAS NOT CHANGED.
NO RESERVE CREDIT: Bidding on to 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.
FOR RESERVE 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.
PAYBIDS ARE INDICATED IN BOLD
BACK-UP LIST
SEN
EMP
NAME
QUALS
14177
14209
14218
14220
14252
14254
14310
14357
14359
14365
14442
14462
14479
14499
14532
14546
14557
14581
14596
14597
14642
14643
633554
638917
638897
633578
638353
638469
638798
639894
639000
639977
640929
640865
640874
649299
307325
649810
610379
649924
649941
649938
145884
650819
XAVIER
SP
HURFF
COKER
PAY BID
VANOVER
CAMPANO
WILLIS
BRADLEY
FRANCIS
MARINELLI
CUNNINGHAM
DAVIS
COLON
CHITSIKU
COX
THOMAS
SUMLER
COON
P1
CRANSTON
WILDER
PALIN
GASGARTH
JONES
14655
14704
14717
14760
14769
14791
14853
14855
14890
650816
650863
650868
650940
650924
657101
656910
656853
657679
SEN
EMP
14893
14904
14906
15205
15326
15333
15339
15342
15345
15346
15352
15353
15357
15358
15433
15482
15483
15530
15531
15546
15557
15571
15573
15586
15595
15611
15616
15620
15623
15651
15665
15677
15678
15682
15683
15702
15717
15729
15732
15734
15739
657675
657283
657589
665913
667472
667658
623256
667649
687117
667613
667669
667642
667618
667662
657213
687097
687124
632105
687198
687163
658204
687268
687260
687252
687259
687285
695917
687295
695919
687299
687953
687374
687433
687672
698229
696042
695456
695457
687961
688636
687968
MCCRARY
HUMPHREY
ALVAREZ-DOMINGUEZ
WOODLYN
HAVER
OMEARA
KRUSE
SUDDETH
LEWIS
RESERVE LIST
NAME
QUALS
SHIMANEK
PAYNE
HUTCHINS
ADELSBERGER
BERNARD
STAHL
GITTO
SAGGAFI
DALLEY
JORDAN
JORDAN
HANSON
KILPATRICK
GLENN
OLSEN
BROWN
HEISHMAN
HARMS
CESARETTI
MURCIA-PIAMBA
VAN-DE-CAPELLE
ARRIOLA
FANN
HALLIGAN
BRUNI
WHITLOW
OWENS
BARRETO
GRIGORIEV
KORNEGAY
CSERGO
WARDALLY
MELENDEZ
MUHAMMAD
MENESES
TOMASSI
MASON
RODRIGUEZ
SPANN
MC-KAY
HERNANDEZ
FR
SP
SP
FR
SP
SP
SP
SP
SP
SP
15764 695445
15777 695460
15780 696587
15784 695624
15787 695631
15790 696381
15793 695650
15797 695646
15817 173340
15832 695915
15896 696540
15926 696556
16004 697147
16008 697239
16102 750829
16105 750834
16108 750794
16113 750816
16114 750914
16116 750837
16120 750807
16122 750843
16126 750916
16128 750801
16140 750845
16141 750915
16145 750800
16157 750940
16162 750923
16173 750951
16174 750941
16186 750929
16188 750974
16195 751022
16198 751020
16203 751021
16204 750930
16207 750945
16209 750976
16210 751024
16222 646210
16223 750879
16229 750884
16234 750863
16236 750886
16238 751026
16239 750908
16240 750901
16243 751109
16250 750858
16257 750980
CONTIUNED
ROBERTSON-JR
STANLEY
SIMONS
CUEVAS-JR
SP
CHAPMAN
NJAKA
VIERA
SP
YANEZ
SP
CAPASSO
ZUNIGA
SP
LOVE
BRYAN
SANESANONG
YUCE
GUZMAN
SP
ADAMS
UDICS
SCHALL
FR
ABEILLARD
FR
ROSARIO
SP
JONES
BELTON
CANDEUR
FR
VASTAG
SMITH
RIPLEY
FR
STOCKTON
ROPES
OMLI
DIMLA
THOMPSON
MARTINEZ
SP
MARIEN
FR
DANIEL
DUCHATELIER
FR
SERNA-HINCAPIE
FR
PARAJON-SANTOS SP
REYES
SP
DELAHUNTY
FR
CHAVERS
DOUGHERTY
DE-LA-TORRE
SP
SMITH
BELL
DIEUJUSTE
TRAORE
FR
BRIES-BISEO
SP
ZAHARIN
PIERRE
LOGAN
VENABLE
SEN
EMP
16261
16263
16266
16271
16276
16282
16285
16289
16292
16296
16298
16300
16304
16307
16310
16314
16315
16322
16323
16328
16329
16332
16334
16335
16337
16338
16340
16347
16348
16349
16356
16359
16363
16368
16369
16373
16376
16382
16560
16561
16564
16565
16566
16568
16573
16575
16576
16596
750899
750860
750861
751042
751019
750987
751045
751006
751046
750992
750996
751036
751014
751039
751038
750988
750994
751105
752628
750910
751094
751074
751057
751059
751095
375419
751062
751051
751110
751100
751096
751061
751091
751083
751092
751066
751090
751079
752726
751015
752746
752739
752786
752716
752727
752728
752870
752724
CONT. RESERVE LIST
NAME
QUALS
BYRD
JONES
LEGRICE
TEAMER
LUCAS
WANISKA
KRAUTHEIM
ARENCIBIA
WILLIAMS
GONZALEZ
MAIN
BARNHILL
TILTON
SANTIAGO
ALCALDE
HUETTL
REYNOSO
CASEY
SALINAS
EDDY
JONES
MATTHEWS
SCOTT
GADISON
PRATT
DE-SOTO
SMITH
RENZI
SERVICE
YOUNG
HAMM
RUBENBAUER
MAZELIN
DAMAS
LOWE
NIEMILLER
ARCACHA
NASCO
WEST-III
BARCOMB
GIBSON
HICKEY
BORODAY
BRUNO
FRUSCINI
RUSH
LINDQUIST
DE-SANTIAGO
SP
SP
FR
SP FR
FR
SP FR
16597
16599
16604
16606
16607
16608
16616
16619
16621
16622
16626
16629
16630
16636
16639
16640
16641
16642
16643
752733
752721
752720
752748
752718
752730
752795
752762
752766
752774
752800
752799
752791
752731
752926
752793
618238
752752
752754
ZLATOVCINA
CONSTON-CHISM
HULL
FALSTEIN
AKEEM
MOODY
GALLOP
THOMPSON
DETOFFOLI-DEMORAES
SALAZAR
PATEL
AUSTIN
HOLAJN
GWILLIM
ROWE
OSHODE
THOMAS
BRIDGER
SANCHEZ
MIAD – REGULAR RESERVE SELECTIONS
1700
1701
1702
1703
1704
1705
1706
1707
1708
1709
1710
1711
1712
1713
1714
1715
1716
1717
1718
1719
1720
1721
1722
1723
1724
1725
1726
1727
1728
1729
1730
1731
1732
1733
1734
1735
1736
1737
1738
1739
1740
1741
1742
1743
1744
1745
1746
1747
1748
1749
1750
1
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
2
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
3
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
4
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
5
6
7
8
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
M
X
X
X
X
X
M
X
M
M
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
M
X
X
X
X
X
X
9 10
X X
X X
M
M
M
M
X
X X
M X
X X
X X
M X
X X
X X
X X
X X
X X
X X
X X
X
X
X
M
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
11 12 13 14 15 16
M
X
X X X
X X X
X X
X X
X
M
X X X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X X X
X
X
X
X
M X
X X
X X X
X X X
M X X X
M X X X
M X X X
M X X X
M X X X
X X X X
X X
X X X
X X X
X X X
M X X
X X X X X
X X X
M X X
M X
X X
X
X
M X X X
X X
M X X
X X X
X X
X X
M X X
M X X
X X X
X X X
17 18 19
X X
X
X
X
X X
X X
X X
X X
X
X X
M X X
X X X
X X X
X
X
X X
X X
X
X
X
20 21 22 23 24
X
M X
X
X
X
X
M
X
X
M
X
M X
X
X X
X
X
X
X
M X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X X X
M X
X
M
M
X
X
X
X
M
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
M
X
M X
M
X
X
X
X
X
25
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
M
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
26
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
27 28 29 30 1
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X X
M X
X X X
X
X
M X
M X
M
X
X X X
X
X X
M X
X X
X X
X X X
M X X
X X X
M X
M X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
M X
X X
X X
X X
M X
X
X
X
THE RESERVE COUNT MAY CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.
2
3
3
3
3
2
3
5
1
4
3
4
1
3
1
2
1
1
2
3
2
3
1
3
3
3
3
3
1
1
3
3
2
3
1
3
3
3
3
3
2
3
1
3
3
1
2
4
5
5
3
CONT.
1
1751
1752
1753
1754
1755
1756
1757
1758
1759
1760
1761
2
3
4
5
6
X
X
X
X
X
7
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
M
X
8
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
MIAD – REGULAR RESERVE SELECTIONS
9 10 11 12 13 14
X
X
M X X
X X X
X X X
X X X X
X X
X X X
X X
X X
X X
15
X
X
X
16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23
X
M X X
X
M X
X X
X
M X X X
X X
M X X
M X X X X X
M X X X
M X X X X
X X X X X X
X X X X X
X=DUTY FREE
M=MOVABLE
24 25 26 27 28 29
X
X
X
X
X
M X X
X X X
X X
X X X
X X X
X X
M X X
30
X
X
X
X
X
1
X
X
X
X
X
3
5
1
1
3
2
3
1
3
2
3
Crew Allocations Department
FLIGHT ATTENDANT
Schedule highlights for the month of: April 2015 (04/01/2015 – 05/01/2015)
DOMESTIC ALLOCATION & POSITION DEFINITIONS
ALLOCATION EQUIP POS
COMMENTS
767
1-6
Basic 767, not 3-class Transcon.
WBM
Any
VFA
VMC extra positions being bid for month. Found in PVM bids.
CHANGES TO THE MASTER BID SHEET.
To check for changes made to the master bid sheet by Crew Allocations see HIDIR/FA/BID/ALOC/CHG.
It is the responsibility of each crewmember to determine for him or her self if a change has been posted to the Master Bid Sheet. To facilitate this, enter the
following.... RF 2028 NBR for domestic or RF 2029 NBR for international. You can then display the changes in which you are interested by keying "RF" and the
file name shown. For example, if the file name shown is 2029 LAXI merely enter RF 2029 LAXI to see the changes for LAX international F/A’s.
HOTEL INFORMATION:
Allocated hotel assignments are subject to change after publication. You can get up to the minute hotel information for your flight by entering HIHTL/flight
#/date/station ( example: HIHTL/256/2JUN/ORD) IN DECS. One quirk, station is the last departure station prior to the layover.
OFF-LINE DEADHEADING
For information on reservations and tickets for off-line deadheading see HIDIR/FA/DHD. You should check with base administration for information regarding
ticketing procedures at your base.
ALLOCATION/TRIP SELECTION CODES
Will print between departure time and arrival time when there are 2 duty periods in a 24hr. period.
=
Will print between departure time and arrival time if the departure time of the first leg in a duty period is between 0001 an d 0059 local time,
s
inclusive or between 0001 and 0029 local time, inclusive when deadheading.
t
Will print between departure time and arrival time when there is an over midnight flight time condition as measured from the point of last
departure and includes flight time and pay & credit.
@
Printed when a sequence, which may or may not fly across midnight as measured from the point of last departure and including flight time and
pay & credit, has more flying beyond the last day of a contract month which is not printed on the trip selection
#
Indicates that the sequence flies across midnight on the last day of the contract month, as measured from the point of last d eparture and
including flight time and pay & credit, but all flying is credited within the current contract month.
FR SP Flight Attendant only - Language indicator which will appear at the top of a trip selection if any leg of any sequence goes to a language
destination. A maximum of 3 can show. If more language destinations are included an MX will show. A language indicator does not indicate
etc.
that the trip selection will be bid as requiring a language.
p
/
*
Indicates that the arrival of that duty period or flight segment is the previous day condition as measured from the point of last departure and
including flight time and pay & credit.
Indicates on the allocation that meal service is only scheduled in first class on this flight. No main cabin meal will be pr ovided.
* between departure station and time indicates the flight segment is the first leg of that flight number. * between arrival station an d time
indicates the flight segment is the last leg of that flight number.
CURRENT LANGUAGES
DU = Dutch
JP = Japanese
FN = Finnish
FR = French
PO = Portuguese
KO = Korean
GE = German
SP = Spanish
CC = Chinese Cantonese
IT = Italian
RU = Russian
CM = Chinese Mandarin
HU = Hungarian
ALLOCATION SERVICE AND MEAL CODES
Breakfast
B
Lunch
L
Dinner
D
Snack
S
Continental breakfast or breakfast snack
K
Food for Sale
F
Liquor service
Q
Partial liquor service
X
No liquor service
*
i
April 2015
3 CLASS TRANSCONS, POSITIONS 1 -6,
BASES
BOS
DCA
DFW
LAX
LGA
MIA
SFO
TOTAL
ROUND TRIP
BOS-LAX-BOS
0
SFO-MIA-SFO
0
IAD-LAX-IAD
0
JFK-LAX-JFK
7
5
12
JFK-SJC-JFK
0
JFK-SFO-JFK
2
3
5
BOS-SFO-BOS
0
LAX-MIA-LAX
0
JFK-SAN-JFK
0
MIA-SEA-MIA
0
TOTAL R/T
0
0
0
7
7
0
3
17
Job Comparison April 2015 vs March 2015
BOS
INTL
777
BIDS
32
CHG
-4
BOS
737/757
S80/319
DOM TTL
IDF
LAX
JFK
IMA
IOR
RDU
1573
640
1032
1836
701
54
0
61
91
67
32
7
0
DCA
DFW
LAX
LGA
MIA
ORD
BIDS
CHG
WBM
DCA
STL
SFO
TOTAL
5868
0
0
254
SLT
SFO
TOTAL
81
0
0
BIDS
0
0
0
1
126
174
162
70
81
0
CHG
0
0
35
0
-6
28
0
BIDS
184
244
1140
528
568
644
616
CHG
0
BIDS
4
100
-4
44
4
-12
15
1119
63
18
78
156
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
119
651
0
57
124
4048
0
-12
124
120
30
1599
CHG
0
3
15
-15
-24
-21
21
0
3
9
-9
BIDS
184
259
2385
765
748
873
772
0
120
273
6379
CHG
0
7
150
-19
14
12
9
0
3
-3
173
BOS
DCA
DFW
LAX
LGA
MIA
ORD
RDU
STL
SFO
TOTAL
TOTAL
BIDS
216
259
3958
1405
1780
2709
1473
54
120
273
12247
TOTAL
CHG
-4
7
211
72
81
44
16
0
3
-3
427
Purser Trip Selections
April 2015
This chart will let you know how many Purser lines are on this bidsheet for your base and how many you have to bid to equal the needed 80%
Ex. BOS - 767 - 11/9 = 11 total purser selections/ 9 is 80% of 11.
INT
DCA
DFW
LAX
LGA
MIA
ORD
RDU
SFO
SLT
Total
100%/80%
100%/80%
100%/80%
100%/80%
100%/80%
100%
100%/80%
100%/80%
100%/80%
100%/80%
100%/80%
777
91 /73
42 /34
31 /25
47 /38
39 /32
767
47 /38
40 /32
49 /40
24 /20
39 /32
45 /36
6 /5
153
31 /25
132 /106
11 /9
189
757
DOM
BOS
8 /7
14 /12
737
15 /12
320
8 /7
41 /33
777
WBM
18 /15
29 /24
27 /22
250
166
6 /5
31 /25
39
8 /7
8
10 /8
757
103
19 /16
2
2 /2
0
737
0
320
Total
8
0
193
112
168
322
82
6
19
0
910
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Summaries
International
BOSI:
One 3-day sequence with a cadence of 3 on 5 off. All selections have a Spanish requirement. Two selections contain available days.
IDF:
DFW-EZE reduces to a 6 day of week operation. Two PVG selections, two NRT selections, one ICN selection, one HKG selection and one MAD
selection each filled with a LHR sequence. Two day trips placed back to back within selections to the extent possible Eight pure narrow body
turnaround selections.
LAXI:
Four PVG selections, seven GRU selections and one LHR selection split and each filled with a Hawaii sequence. An additional three positions of PVG
are split and filled with a LHR sequence. One NRT selection and two GRU selections each filled with a LHR sequence.
IMA:
Flights 233/234 MIA-GRU reduces to a 4 day of week operation and due to the change in scheduled flying times, the layover will be reduced to a single
overnight instead of a double, which is in line with the current layover on flights 929/930. No mixing of departure stations (MIA/FLL) within selections.
Two day trips placed back to back within selections to the extent possible. One MAD selection filled with an EZE fly out sequence. Two GRU
selections each filled with a LHR fly out sequence. Five pure 767 turnaround selections. Fourteen airbus turnaround selections. Forty-four 757/737
turnaround selections.
IOR:
Change of equipment of flights 46/87 mid-month from a 777 to a 767. Start-up of MAN service effective 4/15. One PVG selection filled with a PEK
sequence. One PEK selection filled with a LHR fly out sequence. Four LHR selections with the sequences placed back to back for a six day on
cadence. Three MAN selections filled with at least one LHR sequence, one MAN selection filled with two FCO sequences and one MAN selection filled
with two CDG sequences. Ten pure 737 turnaround selections.
JFK:
JFK-VCP service discontinued. One GRU selection filled with a LHR fly out sequence. One EZE selection filled with a BCN fly out sequence. Three
pure 767 turnaround selections. One CDG selections filled with a MAN sequence. One ZRH selection and one MXP selection split and filled with at
least one SXM turnaround sequence. Most MAN sequences placed back to back within selections for a six day on cadence. One selection with mixed
departure stations (JFK/EWR). Two day trips placed back to back within selections to the extent possible. Two CDG selections and ten LHR
selections with the sequences placed back to back for a six day on cadence. Fourteen pure 757/737 turnaround selections.
RDUI:
Two selections with the sequences placed back to back for a six day on cadence.
WBM/777
Two schedules for the month: April 1st thru April 13th and April 14th thru May 1st (31 day bid month). Purity and cadence is somewhat inconsistent in both the
Allocations and Bid Selections due to the schedule change.
777 MIA:
Two MIA-LAX Transcons for the full month. One MIA-ORD turn on Friday and Sundays only. The sequence is split down to 7 and 1 positions and
the 7 positions were moved to the WBM as that same trip is a 767 every day but Friday and Sunday. The 1 position remaining has available days
due to below guarantee. 9 lines (81 positions) at 79:37 avg.
WBM DFW: Five turns – one of which only operates thru 13-April, two 2-days – four of the 2-day Selections are built back-to-back (2 on each sequence). 18
lines (126 positions) at 83:16 avg.
WBM LAX: LAX has a total of 8 Transcons – however some are not daily: 118/21 (sun/wed only), 172/1 (sun/mon/thu only), 256/255 (except sat), 32/19, 22/3,
180/117, 10/293, 30/185 plus some additional single frequencies. Several of the Selections are built back-to-back for longer blocks of days off. 29
lines (174 positions) at 87:01 avg.
WBM JFK: JFK has a total of 9 Transcons – however some are not daily: 171/292 (sun/mon/thu only), 9/118 (sun/mon/wed/thu only), 33/34, 15/24 (except
sat/sun), 1/292 (wed/sat only), 133/2, 181/4, 177/16 (sun/wed only), 21/12 plus some additional single frequencies. Several Selections are built
back-to-back for longer blocks of days off. 27 lines (162 positions) at 84:23 avg.
WBM MIA: Two MIA-ORD turns all month except Fri/Sun, Both operate on Friday/Sunday however on a 777 and 737. The 07:12 departure on the 777 on
Fri/Sun was split to 7 and 1 positions and the 7 position 777 was placed into the WBM Selections. One MIA-PHL turn and one MIA-MCO turn –
both operate all month One MIA-DFW 2-day that only operates thru 12-April. The Bids are mixed and top heavy due to the 2-day only operating
thru 12-April. 10 lines (70 positions) at 80:29 avg.
WBM ORD: One ORD-MIA turn that operates thru 5-April only. The trip couldn’t be built into a Bid Line so it was split down to 4 and 3 positions and moved to
the 757/737 and S80. 0 lines.
WBM SFO: SFO has a total of 4 Transcons: 164/179, 20/85, 18/163 and 931/167 SFO-MIA Transcon 3-day sequence with an MIA-MCO turn on day 2.
Several Selections are built back-to-back for longer blocks of days off. 19 lines (119 positions) at 85:43 avg.
757/737
For the month of April we had a schedule change on the 14th . This had a negative effect on the bidlines cadence and purity of the lines. Most bidlines are mixed by
departure times and trip types. Below is a list of things that stick out for the month. Flying was heavier at the end of the month.
BOS:
46 lines. Had to mix a few multiday trips with turns.
DCA:
61 Lines. Trip types are mixed as well as times. DCA has 44 lines, IAD has 11 lines, and BWI has 5 lines.
DFW:
285 Lines. Had to mix departure times tried to keep trip types together. We were able to put some 2day trips back to back. Had to mix all trip types to
get lines to utilization. I kept YVR turns together as much as possible. Some lines with 1 day off between trips due to the schedule changes.
LAX:
132 Lines. Had to mix departure times in bids. 9 SAN bids.
LGA:
142 Lines. Had to mix some departure times and trip. Tried to put the 2days back to back.
MIA:
161 Lines. 10 FLL, 9 PBI, and 0 ATL. Had to go back and add some turns into the multiday lines to reach needed utilization.
ORD:
154 Lines. Put some 2 day trips back to back as requested by the base. Trip types are mixed due to the schedule change and holiday. 757 Bid lines
90 and 97 have 4 positions of 767 flying at in the first 5 days of the month.
SFO:
31 Lines. Kept like trips together as much as possible. I did separate the turns as requested.
SLT:
0 Lines.
S80/319
April is a 31 day contractual month (01Apr – 01May) with a schedule change on the 14th.
DCA:
There are five lines in BWI with a utilization of 85.25.
DFW:
There are 373 lines with utilization of 79.23. There are 15 speaker lines, 13 SP and 2 FR.
LAX:
A total of 21 lines with utilization of 76.01. There are 7 lines in ONT and 14 in LAX.
SAN:
There is no S80 flying out of SAN.
LGA:
All 6 lines are in EWR. The average utilization is 75.37.
MIA:
A total of 21 lines with eight (4 mixed) speaker lines. The average utilization is 80.55.
ATL:
There are five lines with a utilization of 79.42.
ORD:
There are 45 lines with utilization of 80.54. There are 4 lines with A319 flying. Two lines have 767 flying at the start of the month.
MSP:
There are 7 lines with utilization of 80.37.
SFO:
Five lines in SJC with utilization of 74.07.
SMF:
Five lines with utilization of 79.55. There is a total of 45 hours of open time on the 8 th.
STL:
There are 40 bid lines for the month averaging 79.56. There are 10 lines with A319 flying.
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