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B767 Crew Rest Location Exception Discontinued

Date: April 29, 2022

Last year, after our COVID-19 Crew Rest Letter of Agreement ended, we successfully advocated with Inflight management to create an exception on the Boeing 767 fleet for the continued use of an open, available Polaris Business/First Class seat during crew rest when certain conditions were met.  It was understood that this exception would run concurrently with the mask mandate given the unique configuration of the Crew Rest seating on this aircraft fleet for social distancing purposes.

Now that the mask mandate has come to an end, effective May 1, 2022, the exception which allowed for the routine use of an open, available Polaris Business/First Class seat for social distancing purposes will be extinguished.  We will return to our pre-pandemic Crew Rest policy on the B767-300/400 (76A/C/L/S) and will utilize the designated crew rest seats identified in the Inflight Policies and Procedures Manual.  Crew Rest worksheets will be updated.

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