In response to our advocacy, management has acknowledged that the response times at both Crew Scheduling and Crew Accommodations have been high and are, in their view, less than acceptable.
Summer weather around the United States recently has caused reassignments and drafting across the system. As we all know, during the operation, flight schedules can fall apart, and while frustrating, reassignments are an undesirable but necessary part of our job. To protect our rights during reassignment, the company is obligated to follow the provisions outlined in our Contract.
This week our flying partners from LHR, LAX, DCA, LAS, BOS, and NRT successfully completed two days of training conducted by the MEC Central Schedule Committee.
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This week in United’s Inflight Services Weekly (ISW), management announced upcoming flying changes at Houston (IAH) as a result of the expected deliveries of the Boeing 787-900 aircraft
When a Flight Attendant(s) arrive late on an inbound flight, in order to insure that proper rest.
MEC Central Schedule Committee SWLOF Report
Effective April 6, 2015 there will be a change in Unimatic programming that will alter the way the Crew Scheduling notifies Payroll that drafting pay is applicable.
The changes negotiated into Section 9.G.4.a. during the bargaining that led to our current 2012-2016 Contract will be implemented as of April 8, 2015.
MEC Central Schedule Committee DSL Report