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Reciprocal Cabin Seats Agreements should not be Confused with offline ID90

Date: April 6, 2019


MEC Communications Committee

We continue to receive reports from Flight Attendants that some supervisors may be confusing the provisions of our Reciprocal Cabin Seat Agreements (RCSA) with non-revenue offline ID90 Travel agreements. 

For clarification, RCSA benefits are different from other company negotiated ID90 offline travel agreements.  The benefits offered by the RCSA are available to active Flight Attendants.  These benefits are available only to Flight Attendants and there is no waiting period restriction for new hire Flight Attendants.  New Hires are eligible to use RCSA once they have completed orientation. 

If you plan to take advantage of the opportunities these agreements provide, we encourage you to review the individual carrier policies and procedures by visiting the Reciprocal Travel Agreements page in the password secured, Members-only section of our unitedafa.org website. We continue to advocate for additional agreements and enhancements to these benefits.  These documents are also available from the company’s website.  Additional information can be found on Unitedafa.org

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