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NightRider727
05-03-2018, 08:11 AM
What is LGA 145 reserve like? Is it only airport reserve?


mdot
05-03-2018, 08:29 AM
What is LGA 145 reserve like? Is it only airport reserve?

Brutal. No.

NightRider727
05-03-2018, 08:34 AM
Can you give details


Caribbeanpilot
05-03-2018, 08:48 AM
How long is the RSV in LGA for DEC? How long to hold MIA base?

A150K
05-03-2018, 02:27 PM
2 2017 hire LGA CA's I personally know were awarded MIA the last bid. That being said, I'd be curious to see what happens to some of these guys when the first of the massive FO hiring wave many of which are senior to these guys starts upgrading..

skytrails
05-03-2018, 03:50 PM
How long is the RSV in LGA for DEC? How long to hold MIA base?

Reserve will probably be at least 2 years for a DEC no matter what base they're in.

RawHide
05-04-2018, 01:56 AM
How long is the RSV in LGA for DEC? How long to hold MIA base?

This depends if they come quickly and a bunch of dec join after we have about 40 reserve captains in LGA we have hired about 50 dec the companyís stated goal was 200 some might get other bases. If your in the second half expect reserve to be minimum 2.5 years.

Pedro4President
05-04-2018, 03:15 AM
This depends if they come quickly and a bunch of dec join after we have about 40 reserve captains in LGA we have hired about 50 dec the companyís stated goal was 200 some might get other bases. If your in the second half expect reserve to be minimum 2.5 years.

^^^^. Reserve time isn't based on a chronological clock. It's based on how many pilots get hired after you. Since the DEC program isn't working very well then I'd say it's going to be longer than predicted by recruiters. The stories those guys tell sometimes are unbelievable.

AZPilotMike
05-04-2018, 05:09 AM
^^^^. Reserve time isn't based on a chronological clock. It's based on how many pilots get hired after you. Since the DEC program isn't working very well then I'd say it's going to be longer than predicted by recruiters. The stories those guys tell sometimes are unbelievable.

Really speaks to how crappy our reserve and QOL rules are when we cant even get many to come with a 50K bonus and instant upgrade.

NightRider727
05-05-2018, 06:15 AM
Is reserve usually short and long call at LGA? For F/O and CA

Pntbllr233
05-05-2018, 06:36 AM
Is reserve usually short and long call at LGA? For F/O and CA

Longest youíll see after a couple months and not being on the bottom of the reserve list is a 3 hour call out. Everything else is airport appreciation time.

SilentLurker
05-05-2018, 07:16 AM
Really speaks to how crappy our reserve and QOL rules are when we cant even get many to come with a 50K bonus and instant upgrade.



I saw that TSA has been offering a $45K bonus to NHs. Still canít fill classes. Nobody wants to be stuck at a commuter airline. Seems NHs have wised up to bonus schemes. They are more attentive to QOL, Rsv rules, base options, pay rate/soft pay, Flow/CPP/DGI programs.

Pedro4President
05-05-2018, 07:23 AM
Really speaks to how crappy our reserve and QOL rules are when we cant even get many to come with a 50K bonus and instant upgrade.

It's bad for commuters. It really is terrible. If you live in base then I think it's better than the best lines that we have right now. Especially if you are senior. Bid for a CDO and your first day back you get a late start and early finish plus you get about 30 hours at home before you know you have to go back in. Follow it up with a two day or a three day get done early on the last day. It's also likely you won't get called out off a RAP. Turn backs are rare but they are on the rise now. Time away from base is still half or a third of what line holders get plus I credit 90-95 a month.

havick206
05-05-2018, 07:36 AM
It's bad for commuters. It really is terrible. If you live in base then I think it's better than the best lines that we have right now. Especially if you are senior. Bid for a CDO and your first day back you get a late start and early finish plus you get about 30 hours at home before you know you have to go back in. Follow it up with a two day or a three day get done early on the last day. It's also likely you won't get called out off a RAP. Turn backs are rare but they are on the rise now. Time away from base is still half or a third of what line holders get plus I credit 90-95 a month.

He asked about LGA reserve not DFW, LGA doesnít have any CDO lines

Pedro4President
05-05-2018, 08:40 AM
He asked about LGA reserve not DFW, LGA doesnít have any CDO lines

Well, the topic kinda ended up on the state of Envoy reserve. Regardless reserve isn't that bad if you live in base and we are staffed appropriately. If you commute and/or we are short staffed then reserve is brutal.

havick206
05-05-2018, 08:43 AM
Well, the topic kinda ended up on the state of Envoy reserve. Regardless reserve isn't that bad if you live in base and we are staffed appropriately. If you commute and/or we are short staffed then reserve is brutal.

I hear you, just making sure the guy when asked knew the difference between the bases. Otherwise I agree with you

Pedro4President
05-05-2018, 10:52 AM
I hear you, just making sure the guy when asked knew the difference between the bases. Otherwise I agree with you

Ahhhh thanks for the clarification.

I was a bit slow this morning.

NoValueAviator
05-06-2018, 04:53 AM
Does anyone actually live in/around NYC for that sweet reserve in base lifestyle?

The only Envoy pilot I know who lives in NYC bid 175 ORD, lol.

SEAtoSummit
05-06-2018, 09:06 AM
Searched the existing threads and haven't really found a straight and/or current answer to reserve times. How long would you expect to be sitting reserve as a new FO? How long to hold a line for:

LGA 145
DFW 145
DFW 175

havick206
05-06-2018, 09:44 AM
Searched the existing threads and haven't really found a straight and/or current answer to reserve times. How long would you expect to be sitting reserve as a new FO? How long to hold a line for:

LGA 145
DFW 145
DFW 175


Most senior reserve FOís as of today that couldnít hold a line (ie not deliberately bidding reserve);

LGA 145 - DOH - 11/06/17
DFW 145 - DOH 05/08/17
DFW 175 - DOH 04/25/16

SEAtoSummit
05-06-2018, 09:56 AM
Most senior reserve FO’s as of today that couldn’t hold a line (ie not deliberately bidding reserve);

LGA 145 - DOH - 11/06/17
DFW 145 - DOH 05/08/17
DFW 175 - DOH 04/25/16

Thanks!!

If you were assigned 145 LGA out of training, how long would it take to bid DFW reserve? Or does it work like that? Sorry, non-121 guy here. Lots of ignorance.

KelvinHelmholtz
05-06-2018, 10:00 AM
Most senior reserve FOís as of today that couldnít hold a line (ie not deliberately bidding reserve);

LGA 145 - DOH - 11/06/17
DFW 145 - DOH 05/08/17
DFW 175 - DOH 04/25/16

2 years to hold a line for DFW 175? Thatís even worse than MSP here at 9E

havick206
05-06-2018, 10:02 AM
Thanks!!

filler

Keep in mind those dates will get shorter as more aircraft arrive and more lines are built as well as the fact theyíve slowed FO hiring.

havick206
05-06-2018, 10:03 AM
2 years to hold a line for DFW 175? Thatís even worse than MSP here at 9E

Who cares, pay rates are the same between the 145 and 175. Just bid the 145 if you want a line quick.

A150K
05-06-2018, 11:03 AM
Most senior reserve FOís as of today that couldnít hold a line (ie not deliberately bidding reserve);

LGA 145 - DOH - 11/06/17
DFW 145 - DOH 05/08/17
DFW 175 - DOH 04/25/16
Not quite true for LGA. I was in the 11/6 class and the most junior guy from my class that went to LGA is currently holding a line. Those of us that are currently the top 4 on the LGA reserve list are 11/6 hires, but we are here on regular, non home based TDY, so we bid the left overs. Those from my class who did home based TDY this month all held lines.

Pedro4President
05-06-2018, 11:04 AM
Not quite true for LGA. I was in the 11/6 class and the most junior guy from my class that went to LGA is currently holding a line.

Well then sir what is the correct answer?

havick206
05-06-2018, 11:09 AM
Not quite true for LGA. I was in the 11/6 class and the most junior guy from my class that went to LGA is currently holding a line. Those of us that are currently the top 4 on the LGA reserve list are 11/6 hires, but we are here on regular, non home based TDY, so we bid the left overs. Those from my class who did home based TDY this month all held lines.

So itís going to a a class date (2 weeks either side) if that new hire class date. Thatís about as close you are going to get by pulling up the reserve lists and taking out the obvious senior reserve line bidders.

If you want to split hairs then feel free to pull the reserve lists for each base, then cross reference the relevant people against the seniority list, and look up their new hire date yourself and correct my list if you have more accurate info and want to go into the minutia of TDYís. Should only take you 5 mins or so.

Pedro4President
05-06-2018, 11:23 AM
So itís going to a a class date (2 weeks either side) if that new hire class date. Thatís about as close you are going to get by pulling up the reserve lists and taking out the obvious senior reserve line bidders.

If you want to split hairs then feel free to pull the reserve lists for each base, then cross reference the relevant people against the seniority list, and look up their new hire date yourself and correct my list if you have more accurate info and want to go into the minutia of TDYís. Should only take you 5 mins or so.

Exactly.... you know I could see calling you out if you were way off but off by one or two class dates is pretty accurate. A line holder today could be a reserve pilot tomorrow.

Inclined plane
05-06-2018, 01:20 PM
2 years to hold a line for DFW 175? Thatís even worse than MSP here at 9E



That seems off. Iím a 4/25/16 hire, came in with 0 121 and currently ORD E75 Captain (on reserve).


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Virga show
05-06-2018, 01:37 PM
Most senior reserve FOís as of today that couldnít hold a line (ie not deliberately bidding reserve);

LGA 145 - DOH - 11/06/17
DFW 145 - DOH 05/08/17
DFW 175 - DOH 04/25/16

Iím flying with a guy on my line that was hired 11/20/17 LGA 145

AZPilotMike
05-06-2018, 02:14 PM
Most senior reserve FOís as of today that couldnít hold a line (ie not deliberately bidding reserve);

LGA 145 - DOH - 11/06/17
DFW 145 - DOH 05/08/17
DFW 175 - DOH 04/25/16
This cant be correct as I was a late 2016 new hire and was holding a line within 3 months. FO. I canít imagine that suddenly that would jump by over a year.

havick206
05-06-2018, 03:13 PM
This cant be correct as I was a late 2016 new hire and was holding a line within 3 months. FO. I canít imagine that suddenly that would jump by over a year.

Which base/equipment are you specifically talking about?

Look up the reserves lists yourself and cross reference it against the seniority list to get the persons date of hire and post here any different results please.

What I came up with was by using the above method only removing the senior pilots on reserve that were deliberately bidding reserve, not accounting for TDYís because o couldnít be bothered working out who/how many was TDY. Also the list only responds to the person who asked for specific base/equipment FO.

mdot
05-07-2018, 06:37 AM
Does anyone actually live in/around NYC for that sweet reserve in base lifestyle?

The only Envoy pilot I know who lives in NYC bid 175 ORD, lol.

What? There's plenty who live in the NYC area.

bigtime209
05-07-2018, 11:43 AM
Does anyone actually live in/around NYC for that sweet reserve in base lifestyle?

The only Envoy pilot I know who lives in NYC bid 175 ORD, lol.

The last I heard, 80-85% of LGA guys are commuters.

dvtpilot
05-08-2018, 07:40 AM
Just found out that the NYC Airporter no longer does lga-jfk transfers. Lovely.

NoValueAviator
05-08-2018, 09:41 AM
Just found out that the NYC Airporter no longer does lga-jfk transfers. Lovely.

What's are guys doing now?

$165 Uber rides?

dvtpilot
05-08-2018, 10:26 AM
Well I just spend $24 to get from lga to jfk using the Uber pool option.

Lady said that the only option left was taking a cab. She didnít say why it ended or if it would restart. She also mentioned there was super shuttle, which was a $122 fee from lga to jfk.

Thereís got to be another way that Iím not finding. Too bad, they had a good service going.

EmbaeDriver
05-08-2018, 01:54 PM
Try ďJunoĒ, same as Uber, sometimes cheaper

Hockeyjr1
05-13-2018, 05:41 PM
I donít know if anyone has tried this route but you could Uber it or if youíre brave bus it to Woodside from LGA. Jump on the LIRR to Jamaica then the Airtrain to JFK. Airtrain is $5 each way and the LIRR is $7.25 off peak and $10.25 on peak. Not sure how much the Uber would be but itís not a far ride at all. Probably would be faster then Uber between the 2 ports also.

sigler
05-14-2018, 02:38 AM
How about taking the E train to Jackson Heights and then the Q70 bus to LGA?

dvtpilot
05-14-2018, 10:38 AM
It seems like the Lyft/Uber is averaging from 25-29 one way. Iíll try Juno on my next trip and report back.

Personally I am not a huge fan of using the metro but will as a last resort. But it probably would come out cheaper in the long run.

nimslow
05-15-2018, 04:02 AM
Kew Gardens Cab (technically a "car service" not a taxi) was $18 a few months ago. They pick up at the airport, or your crash pad.
718-846-6666

Debora Cab, car service like Kew Gardens, about the same pricing.
718-803-1920

Ester at JFK Car Service was highly recommended by another crew member, but never used them personally.
347-803-9818

The Kew Runner has regular service between both LGA/JFK and Kew Gardens, run by Kew Gardens cab, but slightly cheaper. To get from airport to airport, you will have to change cars in Kew Gardens.
718-846-4900.

Every time I compared prices, Lyft was cheaper than Uber, by quite a bit.

Just be glad you don't have to do EWR.

NoValueAviator
05-15-2018, 09:39 AM
Kew Gardens Cab (technically a "car service" not a taxi) was $18 a few months ago. They pick up at the airport, or your crash pad.
718-846-6666

Debora Cab, car service like Kew Gardens, about the same pricing.
718-803-1920

Ester at JFK Car Service was highly recommended by another crew member, but never used them personally.
347-803-9818

The Kew Runner has regular service between both LGA/JFK and Kew Gardens, run by Kew Gardens cab, but slightly cheaper. To get from airport to airport, you will have to change cars in Kew Gardens.
718-846-4900.

Every time I compared prices, Lyft was cheaper than Uber, by quite a bit.

Just be glad you don't have to do EWR.

Thanks for this helpful post.

calmwinds
05-18-2018, 04:58 AM
How about taking the E train to Jackson Heights and then the Q70 bus to LGA?

Exactly what I thought..... it takes longer but much cheaper than a $24 Uber pool ride.

NoValueAviator
06-03-2018, 10:22 AM
Well, here's the scoop, fresh and hot from the bowels of the NYC reserve list:

LGA-JFK transfers.

Between 11 AM and 7 PM, the NYC express bus/van runs hourly, $13.60 one way with discount code "CREW." Install their app and Google their pickup spots, usually inside the terminal at the ground transportation desk. Talk to the person standing in the appointed spot in the hi-viz vest and let them scan your phone boarding pass and give you a printed ticket. This is apparently the successor of the NYC Airporter people have talked about.

You can also use the Kew Runner. Apparently 24 hours. The number the other guy posted is good for them. They're $18.50 direct to either airport, or $14.00 if you have the time, are coming from the airport itself, and are willing to sit in Kew Gardens to change vehicles.

Yellow Cabs are $55 flat rate between the airports generally. Uber & Lyft around $30 but varies, I've personally seen it as low as $17 (Lyft) and as high as $90 (Uber).

ChickHicks
06-04-2018, 04:28 AM
^^^Thanks for the info!

SpringLanding
06-21-2018, 05:59 PM
For someone living in NYC, would Envoyís reserve and work rules be ok? Iím trying to decide which regional to favor.

EmbaeDriver
06-22-2018, 06:55 AM
For someone living in NYC, would Envoyís reserve and work rules be ok? Iím trying to decide which regional to favor.

Youíre gonna be ok if yoh live there

NoValueAviator
06-22-2018, 11:51 AM
For someone living in NYC, would Envoy’s reserve and work rules be ok? I’m trying to decide which regional to favor.

In certain cases, Envoy's reserve rules are actually better than most other regionals. Living in base and getting paid to sit at home w/ a clean uniform around and not day drink is one of them. Not that you'd necessarily want to do that.

Arliss
06-23-2018, 01:49 PM
For Envoy, is LGA a co-base with JFK like at Endeavor?

Iflythe72
06-23-2018, 02:05 PM
For Envoy, is LGA a co-base with JFK like at Endeavor?

Yes filler.......

EmbaeDriver
06-23-2018, 04:04 PM
For Envoy, is LGA a co-base with JFK like at Endeavor?

You cover both LGA and JFK

Bahamasflyer
06-24-2018, 12:44 PM
You cover both LGA and JFK

Do you get paid your normal hourly rate to get back to the other if you your trip starts at LGA and ends at JFK for example, or vice versa?

What if you live within the 3 hr reserve callout of LGA, but not JFK?

DanRoman
06-24-2018, 01:24 PM
Do you get paid your normal hourly rate to get back to the other if you your trip starts at LGA and ends at JFK for example, or vice versa?

What if you live within the 3 hr reserve callout of LGA, but not JFK?

In short: No and too bad.

Pat2389
06-24-2018, 01:28 PM
Do you get paid your normal hourly rate to get back to the other if you your trip starts at LGA and ends at JFK for example, or vice versa?

What if you live within the 3 hr reserve callout of LGA, but not JFK?

You shouldnít have any sequence that starts at one and ends at another. And my guess is crew scheduling doesnít care where you live...if youíre on reserve you have 3 hours to get to either. From my experience, itís not too often you get a call saying ďbe there in exactly 3 hours.Ē Usually itís a call at 4 am saying you have a noon show lol

Iflythe72
06-25-2018, 12:58 AM
You shouldnít have any sequence that starts at one and ends at another. And my guess is crew scheduling doesnít care where you live...if youíre on reserve you have 3 hours to get to either. From my experience, itís not too often you get a call saying ďbe there in exactly 3 hours.Ē Usually itís a call at 4 am saying you have a noon show lol
If youíre on reserve it is very common for crew scheduling to call and say you have 3 hours from time of the call to get to either JFK or LGA. Iíve had it happen many times. Also, when on reserve it is common to start a trip out of LGA/JFK and finish at the other airport. Crew scheduling will set up transportation to the domicile the trip started out of.

They donít care where you live as long as you get there.

Bigpimppilot
06-25-2018, 06:16 AM
ďIf youíre on reserve it is very common for crew scheduling to call and say you have 3 hours from time of the call to get to either JFK or LGA. Iíve had it happen many times.Ē


Thatís because itís required in the contract!!!

Donít forget itís 3 hrs plus 45 mins till scheduled departure time

NoValueAviator
06-25-2018, 07:16 AM
They rarely call anyone straight from RAP to fly in NY, generally the airport standbys are the first line of defense then they call the next guy off RAP to sit standby. Also, since someone asked about pay, remember that you are not going to exceed guarantee on reserve generally as a NY FO.

Iflythe72
06-25-2018, 07:21 AM
They rarely call anyone straight from RAP to fly in NY, generally the airport standbys are the first line of defense then they call the next guy off RAP to sit standby. Also, since someone asked about pay, remember that you are not going to exceed guarantee on reserve generally as a NY FO.

Exactly, nothing better then getting the call at 4am to sit standby at jfk when your hotels by Lga.

NoValueAviator
06-25-2018, 07:28 AM
Exactly, nothing better then getting the call at 4am to sit standby at jfk when your hotels by Lga.

This happens 100% of the time if you are near the bottom of the reserve list. You have to use proffering to limit your trips across town. Who knows why CS isn't just assigning someone to standby based on seniority when doing the next day schedule, maybe it's a contract thing.

Bigpimppilot
06-25-2018, 10:36 AM
Only way to know would be to read it

NoValueAviator
06-26-2018, 06:30 AM
Only way to know would be to read it

with a Juris Doctorate

Bigpimppilot
06-26-2018, 07:03 AM
Itís so much easier to trust crew scheduling to do the right thing

NoValueAviator
06-26-2018, 07:43 AM
Itís so much easier to trust crew scheduling to do the right thing

I'm guessing what you mean is "I don't know, but I feel everyone should read the contract." It comes off as "I know what the contract says, but I'm not going to tell you so go read the contract."

If the contract explicitly said anything about CS calling out RAPs to standby instead of making an effort to staff ready reserve through daily reserve scheduling, then it either wouldn't be a discussion or it wouldn't be happening.

If it's a contract thing, then it's down in the differences in interpretation and pushing words to their denotative limits.

go skers
06-26-2018, 08:41 AM
I'm guessing what you mean is "I don't know, but I feel everyone should read the contract." It comes off as "I know what the contract says, but I'm not going to tell you so go read the contract."

If the contract explicitly said anything about CS calling out RAPs to standby instead of making an effort to staff ready reserve through daily reserve scheduling, then it either wouldn't be a discussion or it wouldn't be happening.

If it's a contract thing, then it's down in the differences in interpretation and pushing words to their denotative limits.

It's not really an interpretation. You don't have to proffer for standby shifts the same way you don't have to proffer for open flights. Some do for a later sign in time while others might proffer for S1 thinking they'll potentially get done earlier. CS can and will try to assign them during the proffering window but if pilots don't confirm or bid them they will default to either a RAP1 or get called at midnight for a RAP2 or an unassigned trip or standby that has ten hours of rest. If S1 or any standby for the that matter doesn't get filled it'll likely go to the junior RAP available during the 2 hour call out window.

NoValueAviator
06-26-2018, 10:06 AM
It's not really an interpretation. You don't have to proffer for standby shifts the same way you don't have to proffer for open flights. Some do for a later sign in time while others might proffer for S1 thinking they'll potentially get done earlier. CS can and will try to assign them during the proffering window but if pilots don't confirm or bid them they will default to either a RAP1 or get called at midnight for a RAP2 or an unassigned trip or standby that has ten hours of rest. If S1 or any standby for the that matter doesn't get filled it'll likely go to the junior RAP available during the 2 hour call out window.

So S1 getting insta-assigned to someone on RAP results from a previously S1 assigned pilot declining to confirm their standby the day before?

Bigpimppilot
06-26-2018, 11:13 AM
I'm guessing what you mean is "I don't know, but I feel everyone should read the contract." It comes off as "I know what the contract says, but I'm not going to tell you so go read the contract."

If the contract explicitly said anything about CS calling out RAPs to standby instead of making an effort to staff ready reserve through daily reserve scheduling, then it either wouldn't be a discussion or it wouldn't be happening.

If it's a contract thing, then it's down in the differences in interpretation and pushing words to their denotative limits.


I can see why you would think that but I was a little ticked that you were saying that you needed a doctorate or whatever to understand the contract. Iím tired of letting guys know they are needlessly getting hosed on simple stuff when it would take one ready reserve shift to read the reserve section of the contract twice. When crew scheduling is desperate they do desperate things, like lie to you. Itís your job to preserve your quality of life. Remember, they know New York is super junior, everyone is on probation, and staffing sucks. Do you think they are always being straight up with you. Donít be defeatist about your ability to read words. Rant over

Bigpimppilot
06-26-2018, 11:17 AM
Reminder people. If you want a sequence and your second choice is to stay home on reserve but you donít want 6am ready so you put 2pm ready as a 3rd choice. You will not get the sequence if your not the senior guy but you will get 2pm ready because thatís considered an assignment. Donít bid for ready reserve unless you want it. Best to bid 2 pm ready on your first set of reserve days so you can hopefully commute in on day one

go skers
06-26-2018, 11:28 AM
So S1 getting insta-assigned to someone on RAP results from a previously S1 assigned pilot declining to confirm their standby the day before?

If you see S1 disappear from from the open time list and then reappear later in the evening it means a pilot bid it or was assigned it but didn't confirm it. If it stayed in open time all day into the evening it likely means no one bid it and CS didn't assign it. In both situations the junior RAP1 is going to get a 0400 wake up call to go sit S1

NoValueAviator
06-26-2018, 11:32 AM
I can see why you would think that but I was a little ticked that you were saying that you needed a doctorate or whatever to understand the contract. I’m tired of letting guys know they are needlessly getting hosed on simple stuff when it would take one ready reserve shift to read the reserve section of the contract twice. When crew scheduling is desperate they do desperate things, like lie to you. It’s your job to preserve your quality of life. Remember, they know New York is super junior, everyone is on probation, and staffing sucks. Do you think they are always being straight up with you. Don’t be defeatist about your ability to read words. Rant over

I've read the contract in its entirety, as well as all the letters ALPA has published, and have even alerted the union to situations where the company is operating in open violation in NYC, but I still don't fully understand every aspect of reserve here. Why can't we just help each other out?

"Hey man, do you want flaps 22 or 45 speeds?"

"Read AOM1."

NoValueAviator
06-26-2018, 11:35 AM
If you see S1 disappear from from the open time list and then reappear later in the evening it means a pilot bid it or was assigned it but didn't confirm it. If it stayed in open time all day into the evening it likely means no one bid it and CS didn't assign it. In both situations the junior RAP1 is going to get a 0400 wake up call to go sit S1

That's very helpful, thanks.

Pedro4President
06-26-2018, 01:47 PM
That's very helpful, thanks.

That is the most likely scenario. It also could be a pilot proffered and confirmed and then subsequently got turned back. Think of a commuter trying to go from S2 to S1 on the last day. The pilot then gets an overnight off the S2 and the S1 goes back in OT.

Bigpimppilot
06-26-2018, 03:17 PM
I've read the contract in its entirety, as well as all the letters ALPA has published, and have even alerted the union to situations where the company is operating in open violation in NYC, but I still don't fully understand every aspect of reserve here. Why can't we just help each other out?

"Hey man, do you want flaps 22 or 45 speeds?"

"Read AOM1."


The reason why they are openly violating the contract is because of the points I put in my previous post. Itís important that the blind not lead the blind. You donít know who I am or the value of what I say. Iím just saying you should learn how to fish quick and stop asking for a fish. Please people, read the contract.

Skip0927
07-03-2018, 06:43 AM
Reading the contract it says that once you have 75 hrs for the month, you cannot be assigned airport stby. I have a composite line this month and the N6D shows my projection at 76 hrs. Can I sit stby? Is it after youve done 75 hrs or if your projection shows 75hrs?

DuesPayer
07-18-2018, 08:20 PM
If you are based at LGA/JFK do they give you parking at both airports?

nemich
07-19-2018, 02:40 AM
If you are based at LGA/JFK do they give you parking at both airports?

Yes ......



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