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Bombinha
11-13-2017, 06:43 AM
Can anyone accurately answer this question please?
If someone retire with Envoy will he/she keep travel benefits on retirement as AA mainline guys do?

If so, how many years of work at Envoy would be necessary to qualify for that or just retirement at 65 would be enough?

Thanks in advance


Subpilot
11-13-2017, 07:51 AM
Age plus years of service =<65

Bombinha
11-13-2017, 07:57 AM
Age plus years of service =<65

What do you mean?
Sorry I can't understand your answer


Bombinha
11-13-2017, 07:59 AM
Age plus years of service =<65

How does your answer fit on my original question?

If someone retire with Envoy will he/she keep travel benefits during retirement as AA mainline guys do?

Smutter
11-13-2017, 08:37 AM
How does your answer fit on my original question?

If someone retire with Envoy will he/she keep travel benefits during retirement as AA mainline guys do?

So, if you're 55 and have been here for 10 years that equals 65. In this case you keep them.
Yos = 5, age 60 = 65, you get them
Yos = 20, age = 45 =, you keep them

Bombinha
11-13-2017, 09:13 AM
So, if you're 55 and have been here for 10 years that equals 65. In this case you keep them.
Yos = 5, age 60 = 65, you get them
Yos = 20, age = 45 =, you keep them

Oh ok thank you very much.
And sorry for not understanding at first

So even if the guy is hired at 63 and only work for his remaining 2 years will keep it?
or minimum is 5 years of service?

Smutter
11-13-2017, 09:17 AM
Oh ok thank you very much.
And sorry for not understanding at first

So even if the guy is hired at 63 and only work for his remaining 2 years will keep it?
or minimum is 5 years of service?

To qualify for retiree travel and receive travel
privileges pursuant to company policy, as amended
from time to time, you must have retired under a
previous retirement plan or meet the 65 Point Plan
criteria. You are eligible for the 65 Point Plan
retirement if your years of service plus age are
equal to at least 65.
You have at least 10 years of continuous active
service with the company,
You leave the company in good standing and
You give appropriate notice to your department

Bombinha
11-13-2017, 09:41 AM
To qualify for retiree travel and receive travel
privileges pursuant to company policy, as amended
from time to time, you must have retired under a
previous retirement plan or meet the 65 Point Plan
criteria. You are eligible for the 65 Point Plan
retirement if your years of service plus age are
equal to at least 65.
You have at least 10 years of continuous active
service with the company,
You leave the company in good standing and
You give appropriate notice to your department

Thank you very much

Pedro4President
11-13-2017, 09:51 AM
If Envoy goes away then I don't think you keep your travel benefits. Can someone definitively answer this question?

unity2010
11-13-2017, 10:21 AM
If Envoy goes away then I don't think you keep your travel benefits. Can someone definitively answer this question?

Yes.. Its AAG benefit..,

unity2010
11-13-2017, 10:24 AM
Can anyone accurately answer this question please?
If someone retire with Envoy will he/she keep travel benefits on retirement as AA mainline guys do?

If so, how many years of work at Envoy would be necessary to qualify for that or just retirement at 65 would be enough?

Thanks in advance

Yes..same retirement as aa employees..

Blackhawk
11-13-2017, 10:42 AM
Yes.. Its AAG benefit..,

Yes, but can AAG terminate it? DAL did that to Comair employees (a DAL WO), and just happened at LASA, though it is no longer owned by DAL.

HardLemonade
11-13-2017, 12:15 PM
If Envoy goes away then I don't think you keep your travel benefits. Can someone definitively answer this question?

Is Charlie Bucket still a sucker?

jshoneycutt
11-13-2017, 07:02 PM
Wrong equation. Sounds like it should have been...

Age plus years of service =>65 (wrong relative sign)

In other words, you have to make it at least halfway to forced retirement age from when you start AND you have to serve at least 10 years. Though, I bet that does not have to be flying? at 65 move to the office to get your 10 years of service?