Hotels and Transportation
Section 3.K of our Contract states that our layover hotels must be safe, clean and quiet accommodations with adequate and available eating facilities. In the event you encounter a hotel that does not meet these standards you should file a TVLLOG.
The United Master Executive Council (MEC) Hotel and Transportation Committee concluded their annual two (2) day training in Chicago this week. In attendance were ten (10) participants from several Local Councils around the system including DEN, DCA, FRA, HNL, JFK, LAX and SFO.
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The MEC Hotel and Transportation Committee receives reports from time to
time about bed bugs at layover hotels through out the system.
Submit a Hotel Report to your Local Council.
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About the Committee
The MEC Hotel and Transportation Committee is responsible for monitoring trends and investigating complaints on current layover facilities. The goal is to improve the overall safety and comfort level to Flight Attendant layover hotels.
The MEC Hotel and Transportation continues to work on improving the quality of all hotels, system-wide, and resolve Flight Attendant Hotel and Transportation issues whenever they arise.
Always use TVLLOG when writing up any hotel or transportation issue
You have thirty (30) days to input up to four (4) issues per day regarding your transportation and lodging. Using TVLLOG directly benefits flight attendants in resolving problems of transportation and hotels. Inputs are viewed daily by AFA and the company.
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