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Old 12-18-2017, 02:50 PM
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Is it just a glitch or is atl900 ca extremely over staffed next month? There is maybe 4-5 days that are NOT red
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Old 12-18-2017, 02:59 PM
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Think of it this way... you have to work before you get paid. So the 1st is payment for 37.5 (or less if you are just starting) hours that you worked the two weeks prior.

The 16th payment is for the 37.5 hours you worked from the 1st to the 15th, plus anything from the previous month that was over guarantee.

I believe (someone feel free to correct any errors) that our 1 Jan check will cover Dec 15-31 at the old rates. But the 16th check will have to cover both the new rates (1 Jan - 15 Jan 37.5 @ newrate), plus all of December at the old rates. We won’t see a “pure” new rate paycheck until 1 Feb.

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Can someone refresh my memory? The check we get on the 1st is for which dates of work and the check we get on the 16th is for which dates of work. I know that the 16th is for last months over 75, I just want to know about the GTY part. Also, does anyone know how the upcoming paychecks will be handled with the rate change?


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Old 12-18-2017, 04:28 PM
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Originally Posted by HighFlight View Post
Think of it this way... you have to work before you get paid. So the 1st is payment for 37.5 (or less if you are just starting) hours that you worked the two weeks prior.

The 16th payment is for the 37.5 hours you worked from the 1st to the 15th, plus anything from the previous month that was over guarantee.

I believe (someone feel free to correct any errors) that our 1 Jan check will cover Dec 15-31 at the old rates. But the 16th check will have to cover both the new rates (1 Jan - 15 Jan 37.5 @ newrate), plus all of December at the old rates. We won’t see a “pure” new rate paycheck until 1 Feb.
That was my assumption based on the way the contract is written.
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Old 12-18-2017, 05:56 PM
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Originally Posted by HighFlight View Post
Think of it this way... you have to work before you get paid. So the 1st is payment for 37.5 (or less if you are just starting) hours that you worked the two weeks prior.

The 16th payment is for the 37.5 hours you worked from the 1st to the 15th, plus anything from the previous month that was over guarantee.

I believe (someone feel free to correct any errors) that our 1 Jan check will cover Dec 15-31 at the old rates. But the 16th check will have to cover both the new rates (1 Jan - 15 Jan 37.5 @ newrate), plus all of December at the old rates. We won’t see a “pure” new rate paycheck until 1 Feb.
That's the way we were told it would be a couple weeks ago in recurrent
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Old 12-18-2017, 06:47 PM
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Umm, the RNAV departures out of ATL are just a gentle turn away from the runway. Who needs the autopilot or even the flight director for that? It's not like we're landing the space shuttle here.
Oh, IT IS harder than a shuttle landing, and I personally make a point to inform any moderately attractive female within a 10 foot radius of me of this fact at all times.
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Old 12-18-2017, 06:54 PM
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Originally Posted by HighFlight View Post
Think of it this way... you have to work before you get paid. So the 1st is payment for 37.5 (or less if you are just starting) hours that you worked the two weeks prior.

The 16th payment is for the 37.5 hours you worked from the 1st to the 15th, plus anything from the previous month that was over guarantee.

I believe (someone feel free to correct any errors) that our 1 Jan check will cover Dec 15-31 at the old rates. But the 16th check will have to cover both the new rates (1 Jan - 15 Jan 37.5 @ newrate), plus all of December at the old rates. We won’t see a “pure” new rate paycheck until 1 Feb.
Correct, we will see a check on 1/16 with the old rates for everything, with an ADJ line to correct up for the new pay rates covering the guarantee pay for January up to that point (because it will have the Dec over guarantee pay at the old rates) the 2/1 check will have the first full TA pay rates on it.
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Old 12-19-2017, 05:26 AM
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Any new rumors on when the exchanges travel priority will kick in? Still waiting on more info from hq..................

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Old 12-19-2017, 05:28 AM
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Any new rumors on when the exchanges travel priority will kick in? Still waiting on more info from hq..................

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They've said quarter one 2018 multiple times. Wouldn't expect to hear anything more until March. Not really much more to say other than "hey, it's activated now"
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Of retirees now! Did not have to wait until next year. Go do a mock listing to see.
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Old 12-19-2017, 09:18 AM
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Originally Posted by greenroute View Post
Umm, the RNAV departures out of ATL are just a gentle turn away from the runway. Who needs the autopilot or even the flight director for that? It's not like we're landing the space shuttle here.
Do you guys climb in speed mode only? Or is vertical speed allowed?
Where I fly, we're supposed to climb in speed only- and sometimes its fine. But I like to switch to vertical speed and make small adjustments if it's "porpoising" in speed... I always ask captains if it's ok if course.. it just makes for a smoother ride.
Is this ok at ENV or would that **** off CAs or go against policy?!
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