Hotels and Transportation
Apr 15 - MEC Hotel and Transportation Committee Report
Apr 7 - AFA Disapproved Hotels and Transportation Vendors
Aflac Enrollment – Obtaining Benefit Costs,Preference Month Bidding For 787 and Customer Service Training,Deadhead Flight Attendants Boarding Procedures,Layover Safety - Always Stay Safe,Contact Congress to Demand Accountability,#NoCallsOnPlanes
Mar 21 - Whether your layover is at the airport or downtown, there are several
things you can do to lessen the chance of personal injury or other
Submit a Hotel Report to your Local Council.
Reserve legalities and other information:
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.
Along with recommended changes, there are also the Flight Attendant Hotel Standards which were agreed to by both AFA and United management on September 22, 1999.
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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