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(pmUA) Reserve Christmas Wish List Begins December 5, 2017

Date: December 1, 2017

Tis the season for Reserve Flight Attendants to indicate their layover choices around the Christmas holiday.

Pre-merger United Flight Attendants on Reserve for the month of December, have an opportunity to preference where they would like to layover for the three (3) days preceding and two (2) days following Christmas. Section 10.C.13.c. of the pre-merger United Contract provides for the Reserve Christmas Wish List and for these assignments to be made in seniority order.

Beginning December 5, 2017, pmUA Reserve Flight Attendants may submit up to four holiday layover requests through the link available on our AFA website.  When submitting your requests, you will be asked for your Reserve LOF number, as well as your Reserve status. This information can be obtained by accessing Unimatic.

We encourage you to put an initial request on file early and modify your request should your circumstances change later in the month. The last request on file will be the request that will be considered at the time of assignment. The submission page on our website will detail the dates of your request and must be finalized to be considered.

Christmas Wish List (CWL) requests must be on file according to the following schedule:

Prior to the Reserve assignment
process for:

Requests need to
be input by:

22 December 2017

Noon CST on 20 December 2017

23 December 2017

Noon CST on 21 December 2017

24 December 2017

Noon CST on 22 December 2017

25 December 2017

Noon CST on 23 December 2017

26 December 2017

Noon CST on 24 December 2017

27 December 2017

Noon CST on 25 December 2017

If you submitted a CWL request prior to December 5, 2017, it will not be considered.  You must resubmit any layover request entered prior to December 5, 2017.

United Crew Scheduling will make every attempt to accommodate the Reserve Christmas Wish List layover requests to the best of their ability.

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