Hotels and Transportation
We often consider activity onboard the aircraft when reviewing safety and security procedures, but personal safety at layover locations should also be at the forefront of safety in our work environment.
When is it appropriate to use self-help for hotel and transportation issues? We have listed a few examples of both transportation and hotel issues that could occur.
MEC Hotel and Transportation Committee Report
Recently there has been much discussion on the line about recent hotel procurement decisions The manner in which these decisions have been characterized has created considerable frustration for the Membership.
Submit a Hotel and Transportation Report (TVLLOG) via Unimatic.
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.
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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