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MEC Central Schedule Committee DSL Report

Date: November 10, 2020

DSL Review Information

The System Scheduling (DSL) meeting to review the December 2020 flying assigned at each base/satellite was held on Thursday, November 5th, 2020. CSC received both the International and Domestic DSLs on Wednesday November 4th, 2020 for our review.

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the Company and AFA conducted the Contractually required scheduling meetings via Microsoft Teams video conferencing. In attendance for the company were Tim Wilson, Jason Silber, Kevin Potter, Scott Anderson, Jim Carlson, Robert Poleski, Warren Rys, Edith Sanfillip, Kaella Nowac, Lucille Bangura-Doxey, Mary Fran Oates, Shannon Pisciotto, Mia Corpuz, and Claudia Vegas. Central Schedule Committee (CSC) representatives present on the call included: CSC Chairperson Greg Jacobs as well as CSC Members Sandy Travis, Brian Fleming. They were assisted by CLE Council 63 Volunteer, Jo Fullerton. Council 6– Newark Local Council President Kim Montgomery as well as Council 6 LSC Chairperson Myndal Austin were also present on the call as guests of AFA.  

December is a 30-day month (B) starting Monday,11/30/20 and ending on Tuesday, 12/29/20.     

Contractual Holiday: Christmas – 12/25 USA/UK (Paid)

2020 International Changes/Highlights:

Market/Season Changes:                                        

Network Operations continues to evaluate the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on both passenger loads and overall demand and is making adjustments based on a continually changing environment affecting the demand for travel.

Return to Service                  Start of New Service

EWR/BOG eff 12/17               ORD/DEL eff 12/10

Widebody Equipment Changes:    

73G to 75B                              73Q to 75B

IAH/BOG eff 12/17                 IAH/UIO eff 12/17

International Meeting

The meeting began with Tim Wilson stating that overall United will be seeing an increase in domestic flying, including Mexico and the Caribbean, along with a small increase in International flying. This was reflected in the overall increase in the line averages at many bases, as noted below. This month the line averages at most locations with the exception of LHR and GUM will be set at 88-89 hours. Section 7.A.5 of the JCBA states:

The Company may have Domestic and International lines of flying constructed so that the average of all lines at each Base is not more than ninety (90) hours credited flight time per month for up to three (3) months per calendar year. The ninety-five (95) hour flight time maximum limitation shall not apply to line construction. Priority will be given to scheduling pure lines of flying.

Tim stated in the meeting that the company would like to limit the number of lines over 95. CSC expressed that with lines averages at 88-89 that that may not be possible due to values of pairings, and as stated above, the contract allows for lines values of over 95 hours during the line construction process. Tim also stated that starting December 18th till January 5th there will be an increase of pairings. CSC did not agree with the company’s attempt to limit line values at 95 hours as it contradicts the clear language of the Agreement.

However, Local Schedule Committees may not artificially increase line values above 95 hours and all patterns selected for line construction must be appropriate to the line averages set by the company.

Changes in Flying:

Tim continued by elaborating about the changes to the international flying for December, more specifically informing CSC that LHR will be flying the SFO-LHR pairings as this is more cost effective than flying the EWR-BOM “W” paring. LHR will still fly one position on the EWR-BOM five time a week to support the Hindi language position. The remaining single position pairing for the other two (2) days will be a non-language position. London will also be flying the base on LHR-ORD-FRA-ORD-LHR as a “W” pairing as well as the LHR-IAD-MUC-IAD-LHR “W” pairing.

CSC confirmed that ORD-DEL (Delhi) would not be classified as a special purpose flight according to Section 7.A.9.C for the JCBA and will be included in the December bid package.

CSC also confirmed the start of EWR-BOG on the 757 at the end of the month (December 17th). Given the last start and that it is in the three (3) crew comp, these pairings would not build legal lines above seventy-one (71) hours under Section 7.A.1 of the JCBA and thus will remain in open time.

COVID-19 Updates

CSC asked if the recent spike in COVID-19 cases in Europe and news reports of the subsequent lockdowns would affect the schedule the company is planning. Tim stated that what we are seeing is final, and that the international file had already been reduced from what was initially planned.

Review of the International Pairings and Feedback to the Company:

CSC expressed concern about the number of Hindi language qualified Flight Attendants available for December, due to a high number of vacations. For the November 2020 bid month there were HIN language pairings in the open trip file that could not be picked up until 14 hours’ prior until scheduling changed them to a non-language position. The reason for this was that there were insufficient Hindi language qualified Flight Attendants in the base to cover the trips that were dropped due to vacation. CSC asked the company if they evaluate the total vacation liability before they assess how many language qualified positions they plan on assigning in a given base. The company stated they do not know how Flight Attendants will bid and it could change on a month to month basis. CSC recommended the company to consider the total population of Hindi language qualified Flight Attendants at the geographic location and make any adjustments to the amount of language qualified flying on the DEL and BOM flights to match flying with the population. We made the same recommendations for London Hindi.

Follow-up based on last month’s meeting

Based on a large discrepancy in the line averages, CSC inquired as to why London was sitting so low compared to the rest of the system. We were told that there was a larger reserve under guarantee in London.  Despite the lower utilization, the Local Schedule Committee will be required to submit recommendations with values above 71 hours.

Additionally, CSC inquired about the low line average at GUM.  If utilizing a higher line average, the Reserve pool would be larger and would magnify the under-guarantee already existing at the base. Line values were reduced somewhat, with the company willing to wave Section 7.A.1 and accept lines under seventy-one to increase lineholder and spread out the flying and reduce the size of the Reserve population. CSC asked if the company had made any consideration of creating “W” patterns for GUM as a way to assign additional hours to the GUM base.  Whereas GUM would typically see an upgauge in aircraft to the 777, this was not planned for this year

Based on inquiries received from the LSC, CSC asked if the company had explored offering jobshares or other partnership programs. Tim stated that the company had offered the furlough partnership mitigation program, but that there was not high demand. He further stated that as of the time of the meeting that there are only four (4) COLA requests on file.  However, should the demand increase, he would be open to exploring all ideas.

Special COLAS:

Tim addressed the announcement for December Special COLAs, originally put in the Oct 16th crew resource CCS message, advising that Special COLAs would be offered in December. Tim advised CSC that Special COLA offerings were retracted at all bases except LHR and GUM.

Tim also advised that the company would be cancelling the last month of the three (3) month (OCT-NOV-DEC) Special COLA in EWR only. Tim acknowledged, as a result of the cancellation, the company could not cancel any COLAs in EWR for the next two (2) years. The cancellation at EWR affected 118 Flight Attendants. Shannon said the 118 were sent emails and the company was reaching out to them as well. Tim mentioned that the 118 affected Flight Attendants would have the opportunity to bid for the NAL lines. He expected the impact to them to be minor.

Note:  The MEC Officers interceded in the Special COLA cancellation and pointed out that those who were expecting to be on the Special COLA had no opportunity to indicate an interest in a vacation fly through.  Following those discussions, these Flight Attendants were given until November 10, 2020 to request an Advance Fly Through for December be e-mail the FAVACTEAM@united.com.   

White/Purple Flag

CSC noted that the company had declared white and purple flag at EWR which appears to contradict their stated need for Flight Attendants to take discretionary time off. We asked what triggers, if any, are used by management to determine when to process transfers, award time off, and shift the flying.

Scott explained that the white and purple flag declarations are a concern. He went on to explain that the most recent examples resulted from a larger than expected volume of sick calls over the Halloween period in Newark. He also explained that the process to right size the operation is tricky. First, demand wasn’t expected to increase as much as it did when they were planning the October schedule during September. Second, the company has to offer time off first, before the block hours are known because aircraft routing passes the schedule so late in the process. As a reminder, CSC and the company used to meet around the 24th of the month, two months prior to the start of flying.  Now we are meeting around the 5th of the month prior, or two (2) weeks later. While this may give a little more certainty to the aircraft schedule, it does provide challenges to manpower planning. Third, the block hours are not materializing evenly around the system. Fourth, the system is imbalanced because the reduction in force happens in inverse seniority order on a system wide basis so the manpower is not where the company would like for it to be based on their models. He stated that they will continue to have high line averages and utilizations where the flying most naturally falls and will continue to process transfers to those locations. The company will continue to monitor the situation.

Imbalance of Flying:

CSC noted the high imbalance in flying. Upon our review of the DSL we noticed a large number of hours in several locations that could not be built based on how the company has “seasonally assigned” flying at certain locations. Because the company cannot build legal lines of flying, Washington with 364, Los Angeles with 181, and in several of the smaller satellite bases such as Fort Lauderdale which had 55 hours. We expressed concern that by not assigning flying to facilitate line construction, the company was “forcing” open flying at these locations in a manner inconsistent with the provisions of Section 7.C of the Agreement which states:

Trip pairings will be designated for open time and will not be included in the primary line construction and the number of such pairings aft the adjustment process must equal the hours specified in Paragraph G.1 below. These parings are subject to concurrence between the Company and Local Schedule Committee.

CSC pointed out that the agreement anticipates that the company and the LSC will work together to determine what seeds open time, not just what the company “dumps” in there; any significant amount of time otherwise is a violation of the agreement. The company objected stating this is what has always been done since ratification. CSC countered stating that there has never been this high of a percentage of hours that could not be included in lines of flying and placed out for bid. CSC recommended the company consider modifying the parameters in the optimizer and re-run the solution to assign flying in a manner that provides for line construction at all locations. The company did not accept the Union’s recommendation.

As a result, a large number of the open time in many locations will be used to meet the requirements of Section 7.G.1 with a large percentage of the open time being part of language qualified cases which is not available to the general population for trading. Further, we pointed out that these unbuildable block hours will likely cause a Reserve shortage when the company can least afford to be short coverage – that is, over the holiday period.   

In the end the company acknowledged the Union’s concerns, yet declined to rebalance the system or move the flying and instead chose to move forward with their plan to assign flying that cannot be included into schedules.

Requalification Training:

CSC asked for an update on the number of Flight Attendants still needing to be requalified. Tim did inform CSC that the company was able to requalify a very large number of Flight Attendants in October and November, while acknowledging that there would still be approximately fifty (50) Flight Attendants this month that may not be re-qualified. While the larger issue is resolved, due to ongoing Special COLAs he anticipates that this will continue to be an ongoing smaller scale issue.

Open Time:

CSC expressed significant concerns about the amount of open time that will likely result from the imbalanced schedule development with the assigned vacations for the schedule month, especially at the back end of the December schedule month for the Christmas holidays. We were surprised when the company appeared not to have a planning mechanism for handling this vacation time in conjunction with the changes resulting from the reduction in force, nor did it appear those responsible were aware of Flight Attendant bidding behaviors during December.  We were also surprised that the company did not seem to be able to speak to December Vacation Fly Through requests particularly at the end of the schedule month.

The imbalance in what is the typical development of the December schedule is expected; the company plans to fly a large number of flights at the back of the month in order to carry passengers to/from their desired destinations for the Christmas holiday. However, that assignment of flying makes the construction of the very back of the month heavy December schedules challenging for our Local Schedule Committees. It is for this reason, historically, Crew Planning has had to reduce line averages in December in order to include the hours in lines and to reduce the amount of open flying at the back of the month.

This December, management has elected to assign line averages for domestic bases at close to or above 88 hours for this December. With senior vacations at the end of the month, reduced fly through activity, and a back heavy schedule, our concern centers on a reduced ability to build vacation relief lines because there will be a reduced number of hours available at the front of the month to support line construction.

Of course, all of this potentially impacts the amount of open time in the trip file.  While the company has a obligation to build schedules above seventy-one (71) hours per Section 7.A.1, they simultaneous should ensure open time be approximately three (3) hours per primary lineholder. Furthermore, Section 7.A. requires the company to include all known time in lines of flying. Accomplishing all of these items is a delicate balancing act that requires considerable planning. CSC was not convinced there was a solid foundation for December and recommended Local Schedule Committees plan to leave no domestic hours open in the recommendation process for those with small base populations in order to build as many schedules as possible, during the primary process, for the holiday month while complying with the requirements of Section 7.G.1. for open time; for those locations with larger base populations we recommended domestic open time be slightly reduced.

Relief

Continuing the discussion with Relief, CSC reminded the company as to the requirement to adhere to the relief move up recommendations letters our LSC’s are sending in under Section 30.L.2.B. We pointed to specific instances where our LSC Chairs had sent in recent letters and were the company had built vacation relief not adhering to it. The company continues to assert that there is limited time to build these lines, but CSC reminded them that does not negate their obligation to adhere to the agreement. When review our examples the company acknowledged the oversight for the month of November.

NAL (NO ACTIVITY LINES):

Given that the company will not be awarding Special COLAs for December in any locations except for London and Guam, Tim stated that the company will be offering and awarding No Activity Lines (NAL) to all active Flight Attendants for December 2020.   If you are part of the IVFMP program and you would like to a No Activity Line for December, you must bid for one. The bidding closes on November 13th. If not enough people bid for a NAL line the remainder will be awarded to the most junior active Flight Attendants on the IVFMP program.

Changes to departure times:

CSC inquired into why network planning continues to change departure times after the monthly awards. Jason said that most of the changes are due to aircraft swaps, stating that the company is looking at how the loads change and are making necessary changes to capture revenue. CSC stressed this practice is actually having an adverse impact on the operation. Jason stated that they network planning is communicating with his team and they are evaluating the overall impact.  We stressed how critical it is that this is minimized for December.

System Block Hours

 

International

Domestic

Total Block Hours

Change

November 2020

183,627.00

350,647.92

534,274.97

+56,148

December 2020

187,207.00

397,256.16

584,463.16

+50,190

 

 

International Line Averages for November 2020

GUM

LHR

DEN

EWR

HNL

IAD

IAH

LAX

ORD

SFO

Total

Dec.

Total

Nov.

69:43

77:03

87:47

88:56

0

89:11

88:52

88:36

87:51

88:58

 

 

84

285

25

646

None

163

256

69

144

491

2163

2191

 

Domestic line averages for December 2020

AUS

BOS

CLE

DEN

EWR

FLL

HNL

IAD

IAH

Total

Dec.

Total

Nov.

88:14

88:38

87:57

87:56

88:57

89:35

87:36

88:54

89:01

 

 

40

90

102

276

659

75

94

325

669

4477

4234

 

LAS

LAX

MCO

ORD

PHX

SAN

SEA

SFO

TPA

Dec DOM & INT SYS Total

Nov Dom & INT SYS Total

89:18

88:54

89:29

88:00

89:40

88:44

88:57

89:03

89:12

 

 

95

409

77

692

46

71

50

661

46

 

6425

 

Domestic Meeting Information

 

Missing Hotels/Transportation:

For the month of December, pairings with layovers at SAP, RAP, MAF and STI were missing hotel information. We informed our MEC Hotel and Transportation Committee of the missing hotels following the meeting. CSC additionally found pairings that depart at 1am from SFO as well as 3:45 am departures from SAL where we reminded the company it will be necessary to schedule transportation for the crew.

Changes to the Optimizer:

As proof, we pointed to several domestic pairings, where as an example the Flight Attendants work to Chicago on a 737 (K) and are required to transition to another 737 (K) with a fifty-six-minute connection time. CSC pointed out that the company that they are allowing only a single minute for the crew to deplane, get their bags off and walk to the next plane since passenger boarding is forty-five minutes before departure with the crew report is ten minutes before that. Jason replied that historically the flights segments have arrived on time or at least ten minutes early so the company is willing to pair the flight segments up that way. We stated that while we DO NOT want long sits, the company is clearly setting themselves up for failure; relying on the belief that the flights will arrive early and if not bank on using a reserve pool to pre-board your aircrafts going into December where you add block hours to a heavily dated schedule with chances of weather is not a solid plan.

The union took another opportunity to stress this, at which point Mia acknowledge the company is monitoring the pre-board situation and they are aware of the challenges it poses. We stated we were glad it was on their radar and asked them to reconsider their December plan as CSC again pointed out that through our combined tracking with the LSC we noticed an increase in the number of reserves timing out before the end of the month. They declined.

All-Night Flying

CSC noted the December Schedule looks very similar to the November schedule with an unusually high number of all-night segments that occur in the middle of a pairing or had a morning flight following an all-night segment after a day-time legal rest period. CSC expressed concern about these pairings as they were being proposed to be flown because many were in multi-day pairings that alternated day and night flying potentially impacting circadian rhythms of the Flight Attendant. Management “noted” our concerns. If you have concerns as it pertains to these pairings, please contact a Member of Central Schedule Committee at csc@unitedafa.org.

RESERVE LINES:   

For the month of December, the company has decided that all bases with the exception of Guam will have twelve (12) day off Reserve lines; Guam will continue to have sixteen (16) day off Reserve lines. The company did increase the number of Reserve lines in some locations (see below).   CSC requested information on the number of projected Reserves at each base after schedules were finalized.

CSC also pointed out the imbalances in the assignment of language qualified flying at several location.  There will be a number of hours that cannot be included in lines because the schedule doesn’t start flying until at or after the middle of the month.  The company indicated a reluctance to build language qualified Reserve schedules to provide supplemental coverage for this anticipated open time.  CSC acknowledged that having a language qualified Flight Attendant on the aircraft is not a requirement, we pointed out that in several of those cases, these positions represented a component of the FAA minimum required staffing.  Said differently, the company may not have a language qualified Reserve available to cover the position which will necessarily be converted to a non-language position placing additional pressure on the Reserve pool at the end of the month of December at a time when such pressure will only further complicate coverage requirements.

Transfers:

On October 13rd the company awarded a total of 166 transfers to the following bases/satellites:

Base

AUS

BOS

DEN

EWR

FLL

LAS

MCO

PHX

SAN

SEA

TPA

Awarded

15

3

8

10

10

25

16

19

11

19

30

Accepted

10

1

1

8

6

19

12

16

10

14

17

 

Important Recommendation Information

When submitting your recommendations in AFLYER, please remember to save what you submit as:                    

LSC Final”. This will let CSC and the Company know that you have submitted your recommendations for review and finalization.

In addition, please remember when finalizing your solution, the lines at the bottom of the solution are to be LOCKED. This will indicate which lines will be used, if necessary, to provide the hours for the self-adjustment process. For further clarification, list the specific line numbers in the comments section on the finalization screen in AFLYER.  

Company Quota Files

We have received a number of questions from some Local Schedule Committees who, after receiving a copy of the quota file from their Schedule Planner, are asking CSC about why they cannot submit lines that are similar in value to those contained in the quota file. In some cases, these lines have values considerably less than the 71-hour minimum.

By way of explanation, it is important to understand the purpose of the quota file. The purpose of the quota file is for the company to demonstrate to the Local Schedule Committee that the target set by the company was mathematically attainable, that is, feasible. For the company to send to an LSC a quota file with lines that are not legal – that is, having values below 71-hours, indicates that the company is not certain the target they have established is mathematically attainable given the value of the trips, the number of lines, and the target utilization. 

Local Schedule Committees cannot attempt to use the quota file to justify that the company must accept lines with values below 71-hours nor can we assert the company must accept our recommendations which include lines with values below 71-hours. It is incumbent on Local Schedule Committees to submit legal recommendations because that is what is required under the Contract.

If you are unable to attain the quota established by the company, please contact a Member of CSC for assistance in determining if the target is mathematically attainable. It may be necessary for the company to revise the quota and CSC will work with you in making that determination.

Contract Compliance Information

Local Schedule Committees should continue to construct lines of flying using patterns appropriate to the line average for the crew complement and the company’s established targets.  The 95-hour flight time maximum limitations shall not apply to line construction. Priority will be given to scheduling pure lines of flying. Please continue to submit patterned lines even if the value of the line exceeds 95 hours provided the pattern selected is appropriate to the utilization established by the company for that month. Contact Central Schedule Committee should you have lines rejected by the company or if you have questions or concerns. CSC makes every effort to review all pairings, including weekend and exception pairings, during the domestic DSL review process.  We recognize the volume of trips we are all working with has grown exponentially and it is easy to miss errors.  We bring this to your attention to heighten your awareness this might occur and ask your cooperation by completing a review of your DSL.

CSC reminds all Local Schedule Committees of the need to review the relief lines of flying published by the company as soon as possible to ensure that they are indeed contractually compliant and represent the recommendations of your Local Schedule Committee. Local Schedule Committees are responsible for ensuring the relief award complies with the language of LOA 12 of the Contract and that line averages for the domicile are consistent with the provisions of Sections 7.A.3. – 5 of our Contract.        

We remind all Local Schedule Committee Chairpersons that as soon as possible after reviewing the DSL, when you submit Line of Flying recommendations, the Local Schedule Committee Chairperson should make recommendations to the company as to the sequencing of trips for Relief and Reserve move-up lines. These recommendations are to be considered in the construction of lines. Please copy CSC in on these recommendation letters. 

Pursuant to Section 7.A.3., lines of flying must be constructed so the average of all lines at each base is not less than sixty-nine (69) hours.  We emphasize the Local Schedule Committees must review the line averages for the primary and relief lines as a whole.  If you find the line average of the primary and relief lines falls below sixty-nine (69) hours, please contact a member of Central Schedule Committee immediately.

We remind all Local Schedule Committees, Section 7.A.4. requires that domestic and international lines of flying shall be constructed so the average at each domicile is no more than 88 hours credited flight time each month.  Should averages in the primary bid package approach this 88-hour maximum, we remind you of the importance of monitoring the average of the vacation relief lines to ensure compliance with the Contract.

 

International Flying Summary*

Summary of International block hours assigned to U.S. domiciles

 

Month

Pre-scheduled

Actual

May 2020

100.0%

100.0%

June 2020

100.0%

100.0%

July 2020

100.0%

100.0%

August 2020

100.0%

100.0%

September 2020

100.0%

100.0%

 

Note:  While flying assigned to Guam is considered International for pay purposes, for compliance with Section 7.Y.2.a, block hours assigned do not count toward the international domicile cap since Guam is a US territory.

CSC reminded the company that the International Flying Summary is required under the Contract.

Timeline for Building December 2020 Schedules

 

International LOFs

International DSL Review by CSC

Wednesday & Thursday, November 4 & 5, 2020

International DSL to LSC

Friday, November 6, 2020

Intl Recommendations to CSP

Due 2359 CST Sunday, November 8, 2020

 

Reserve LOFs

Reserve Targets to LSC

Friday, November 6, 2020

Reserve Recommendations to CSP

Due 2359 CST Sunday, November 8, 2020

 

Domestic LOFs

Domestic DSL Review by CSC

Wednesday & Thursday, November 4 & 5, 2020

Domestic DSL to LSC

Friday, November 6, 2020

Domestic Recommendations to CSP

Due 2359 CST Sunday, November 8, 2020

 

SWLOF

Saturday-Monday, November 7- 9, 2020

 

November 2020 International Flying Summary

EWR

NRT, FRA, AMS, CDG, DUB, TLV (2) , MUC, BRU, BOM, DEL, GRU, BOG

IAD

FRA, BRU, ZRH, TLV

ORD

BRU, DEL, FRA, AMS, TLV

IAH

LIM, FRA, GRU, BOG, UIO, EZE, GIG, UIO, SCL

LAX

LHR

SYD

EWR, IAD, ORD, FRA, MUC, BOM

SFO

NRT, LHR, FRA, SYD, PPT, PVG, DEL, ICN, TPE, TLV

GUM

HNL, NRT, MNL, SPN, YAP, ROR, PNI, KWA, MAJ, KSA, TKK


 

November 2020 Flying by Language Position  

 

IAH

SPN – (1)

(2)

LIM

EZE & SCL

BOG

UIO

MID

SAP

MEX

SAL

GUA

SDQ

GDL

PTY

SJO

MTY

SJU

 

POR (2)

(1)

GRU

GIG

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GER (2)

FRA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NLD - NONE

AMS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

EWR

SPN (1)

STI & PTY

SJU

SDQ

SAP

SJO

MEX

GUA

SAL

POP

SDQ

SDI

 

 

 

 

GER (2)

FRA

MUC

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

JPN (2)

NRT

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

POR (2)

GRU

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FRE (1) –

(2) -

BRU

CDG

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

HBR – NONE

TLV

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NLD - NONE

BRU

AMS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

HIN – (1)

None

DEL

BOM

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ORD

SPN (1)

SJU

MEX

SJO

SAL

MID

SJU

STI

SDQ

SAP

GDL

 

 

 

 

 

FRE (1)

BRU

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GER (2)

FRA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NLD – (1)

BRU

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

HBR -NONE

TLV

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

HIN-

NONE

DEL

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

IAD

SPN (1)

MEX & SJU

SAL

SJU

MEX

GUA

SDQ

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GER (2) -

ZRH

FRA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FRE (1)

BRU

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NLD (1)

BRU

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

HBR - NONE

TLV

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LHR

GER – (2)

IAD/MUC

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hindi – (1)

EWR/BOM

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LAX

SPN – (1)

SAP

GUA

SJO

SAL

MEX

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GUM

JPN – (2 &

1)

NRT

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TAG – (1)

MNL

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SFO

GER (2)

FRA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MAN (2)

PVG

TPE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

JPN (2)

NRT

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FRE (2)

PPT

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SKO (2)

ICN

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

HBR -NONE

TLV

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

HIN - NONE

DEL

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2021 Final DSL Guest Schedule

 

 

January

DEN

 

 

February

IAH

 

 

March

BOS

 

 

April

EWR

 

 

May

LHR/CLE

 

 

June

Training – No Guest Planned

 

 

July

LAX

 

 

August

HNL

 

 

September

LAS/GUM

 

 

October

DCA

 

 

November

SFO

 

 

December

ORD

 

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