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WIPilot 03-20-2022 06:58 PM


Originally Posted by hockeypilot44 (Post 3392324)
I would assume if you use a supplemental day to drop the 2 day, you'll lose the pay protection for the 3 day. I've never had a supplemental or payback day.

that IS something Ryan gumm would say…..

180ToAJ 03-21-2022 05:00 AM


Originally Posted by hockeypilot44 (Post 3392324)
I would assume if you use a supplemental day to drop the 2 day, you'll lose the pay protection for the 3 day. I've never had a supplemental or payback day.

You’ve never had a PB day?! That’s like someone saying they’ve never tried ice cream before. You are missing out.

Hawaii50 03-22-2022 09:11 AM

Anyone had any luck reaching crew resources/vacations to move SUP days? Tried the form on icrew 3 times with no answer and they definitely don’t answer their phones.

GogglesPisano 03-22-2022 09:54 AM


Originally Posted by Hawaii50 (Post 3393085)
Anyone had any luck reaching crew resources/vacations to move SUP days? Tried the form on icrew 3 times with no answer and they definitely don’t answer their phones.

I've had good luck with Smart Sheets if that's what you're referring to. I received a response within 24hrs.

hockeypilot44 03-22-2022 10:12 AM


Originally Posted by 180ToAJ (Post 3392423)
You’ve never had a PB day?! That’s like someone saying they’ve never tried ice cream before. You are missing out.

I am a commuter and don't do reserve. When I did do reserve (not by choice), I never broke the 70 hour reserve guarantee and GS's were non-existent.

CBreezy 03-22-2022 10:17 AM


Originally Posted by hockeypilot44 (Post 3393117)
I am a commuter and don't do reserve. When I did do reserve (not by choice), I never broke the 70 hour reserve guarantee and GS's were non-existent.

Isn't the minimum 72 hours? Also, doesn't the TLV require higher ALVs and thus higher reserve guarantees some months of the year?

m3113n1a1 03-22-2022 10:27 AM


Originally Posted by CBreezy (Post 3393122)
Isn't the minimum 72 hours? Also, doesn't the TLV require higher ALVs and thus higher reserve guarantees some months of the year?

We know that you know this, so phrasing it in questions like this comes off as very unnecessarily condescending.

crewdawg 03-22-2022 10:30 AM


Originally Posted by hockeypilot44 (Post 3393117)
I am a commuter and don't do reserve. When I did do reserve (not by choice), I never broke the 70 hour reserve guarantee and GS's were non-existent.


It'd be great to get back to the days where a GS was a nice thing you got maybe once or twice a year! A guy can dream...

sailingfun 03-22-2022 11:10 AM


Originally Posted by CBreezy (Post 3393122)
Isn't the minimum 72 hours? Also, doesn't the TLV require higher ALVs and thus higher reserve guarantees some months of the year?

The reserve guarantee was fixed at 70 hours until contract 2012. He might mean a few years back.

NuGuy 03-22-2022 11:34 AM


Originally Posted by m3113n1a1 (Post 3393133)
We know that you know this, so phrasing it in questions like this comes off as very unnecessarily condescending.

The TLV also changed recently to the new permanent value of 73-78.


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