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Representing United Airlines Flight Attendants based at DCA. Local CWA #22021

United Releases Revised Timeline for October 2018 (Sep 20, 2018)

Council Office

Todd Failla

Todd Failla

LEC President
Patrick Hodges

Patrick Hodges

LEC Vice President
Chelle Tennyson

Chelle Tennyson

LEC Secretary
Lois Breece

Lois Breece

Council Representative
Michelle Masterson

Michelle Masterson

Council Representative
Thom Vargas

Thom Vargas

Council Representative

Meeting Minutes

2017

2018

United Releases Revised Timeline for October 2018 (Sep 20, 2018)

9/20/2018

United Releases Revised Timeline for October 2018

Date: September 19, 2018

Mutual trades and EOM conflicts

As of this evening, all Flight Attendants have the ability to complete mutual trip trades.  Mutual trades can be submitted via CCS or using Mobile CCS.   Mutual trades can be used to resolve an End of Month (EOM) conflict.  You may also conduct mutual trades without resolving the end of month conflict.    However, for EOMs, you have 24 hours to complete a trade with another Flight Attendant to eliminate the conflict.  If, however, you are unable to resolve the conflict or choose not to resolve the conflict using a mutual trade, at 1700 CT on September 20, 2018, your line will be blocked and you will be prevented from additional mutual training until the conflict is resolved. Once the EOM conflict has been resolved, your guarantee will be reset, your line will be “unlocked,” and you will then be able to enter into mutual trades for the balance of the schedule month. 

 

Crew Scheduling is not able to assist Flight Attendants with an EOM who are also attempting to routinely trade pairings.  Make every effort to resolve the conflict through CCS or Mobile CCS.  However, if you experience technical issues processing a mutual trade in CCS or Mobile CCS and need to contact Crew Scheduling, we recommend both Flight Attendants involved in the trade call Crew Scheduling together to ensure trade accuracy. All trade requests will still be validated for full JCBA legalities. If illegal, Crew Scheduling will be unable to complete the requested trade. 

Who to Contact

 

Line Award Questions / Bid Disputes

For questions about your October 2018 line awards, please contact the Common Metal Support Team. The team’s contact information is included towards the bottom of this message.  

Vacation Slides:

For questions regarding October 2018 vacation slides, please contact Crew Schedule Planning at 1-800-FLT-LINE (option 5, then option 2).

Vacation Fly-Through

For questions regarding October 2018 operational vacation fly through, please contact Crew Scheduling at 1-800-FLT-LINE (option 3, then option 2). 

Updated Timeline for October

The following is an updated timeline for the October 2018 bid month resulting from the delays in producing October line awards in CCS and the subsequent opening of mutual trip trading. The modified timeline only applies to the October 2018 bid period.

Revised Timeline for Activities Leading up to Real-Time Trading

  

 

Real Time Trade Brackets: (As scheduled)


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