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Representing United Airlines Flight Attendants based at HKG. Local CWA #29026

Scheduling Update for September 2019 (Aug 07, 2019)

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  • AFA Council 26
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    199 Des Voeux Road Central
    Sheung Wan, Hong Kong
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Kimberly Johnson

Kimberly Johnson

LEC President
Ruby Arcalas

Ruby Arcalas

LEC Vice President
Craig Wiles

Craig Wiles

LEC Secretary
Mary Knight

Mary Knight

Council Representative
Tak Sy

Take Sy

Council Representative

Scheduling Update for September 2019 (Aug 07, 2019)

Scheduling Update for September 2019

 

September 2019 is a 31-day (A)month: August 30th through September 29th

 

We will have a total of 294 line holders

 

HKG/EWR: EWR will fly 1 CTN position

HKG/SFO: SFO will fly 2 regular positions

HKG/ORD:  ORD will fly 2 regular positions

 

** These numbers are subject to change **

 

 

Upfront with Ken Diaz- A New MEC President Communication Platform


 

The United MEC Officers, in conjunction with the United MEC Communications Committee, are pleased to announce the beginning of a new video series - Up Front with Ken Diaz

 

This new video series will be an extension of E-Lines and will address the Membership’s most frequently asked questions with answers provided directly from our MEC President, Ken Diaz. The first Upfront with Ken Diaz video is scheduled to be released on Thursday, August 1, 2019 as a Special Edition of E-lines. We trust you will find the information we share in these videos to be informative and beneficial in obtaining accurate information and addressing your questions. Videos will be available from the Union’s official source of information, www.unitedafa.org.  

 

 

Cancellations & Flight Delay Notification
Section 7.X.

When Flight Attendants are faced with changes to their schedule, especially during irregular operations, they are contractually required to be notified as set forth in Section 7.X. which requires that if a delay or cancellation is known two (2) hours before scheduled departure time, Flight Attendants are to be notified of the delay as soon as possible, provided the delay is estimated to be more than thirty (30) minutes. 

In the event the Flight Attendant is not notified according to the outlined parameters and checks in at her/his originally scheduled report time, he/she should contact Crew Scheduling to confirm that the report time of her/his pairing accurately reflect the hour at which she/he checked-in for the flight assignment.  In such a circumstance, it is important to note that different crew members may have different report times for their duty day. This will depend on whether or not the Flight Attendants have had positive notification of the delay by Crew Scheduling. You should not hesitate to request the update to your report time whether at home or at the layover point. It is always a good idea to keep records of changes to your duty day via screen shots or pictures to maintain for your records.

For additional information refer to section 7.X of our JCBA or reference e-lines publication dated March 20, 2019.

 

AFA Committee Positions Open

We are currently seeking a volunteer for the EAP Committee and the Safety Committee 

If you would like to volunteer we would love to have you. Please send an email with your interest to Kimberly at kajohnson@unitedafa.org by September 1,2019.

 

In Solidarity ,

Your Local Officers!

 

 

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