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Old 02-22-2022, 01:39 PM
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Growth in LAX, MCO (shock), BOS 220 and SQ, JFK 320.
Stagnation or loss of pilots in all 190 bases, BOS 320, and FLL.
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Old 02-22-2022, 01:48 PM
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Originally Posted by PotatoChip View Post
Growth in LAX, MCO (shock), BOS 220 and SQ, JFK 320.
Stagnation or loss of pilots in all 190 bases, BOS 320, and FLL.
Possibly.

You have to compare the 2022 system bid and 2022 supplemental bid to really get the whole picture. Pain in the butt.
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Old 02-22-2022, 02:41 PM
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Originally Posted by PotatoChip View Post
Growth in LAX, MCO (shock), BOS 220 and SQ, JFK 320.
Stagnation or loss of pilots in all 190 bases, BOS 320, and FLL.

I see a no vacancies (-15) and no backfill for MCO Airbus. I don’t think that’s growth. Although the year end SQ growth is suspicious…
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Old 02-23-2022, 07:54 AM
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Originally Posted by Your name here View Post
I see a no vacancies (-15) and no backfill for MCO Airbus. I don’t think that’s growth. Although the year end SQ growth is suspicious…
Ignore the negative numbers they won’t add up correctly. They put those in there to prevent backfill. Like someone else said you need to compare the system bid to this bid. I think you can get a pretty good idea in PVBM by looking at your bid status as of today in each seat and compare the total pilots on that list to the total pilots on the 12/2 supplemental bid. But I could be wrong. The entire system is confusing.
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Old 02-23-2022, 06:03 PM
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Originally Posted by rvr1800 View Post
Ignore the negative numbers they won’t add up correctly. They put those in there to prevent backfill. Like someone else said you need to compare the system bid to this bid. I think you can get a pretty good idea in PVBM by looking at your bid status as of today in each seat and compare the total pilots on that list to the total pilots on the 12/2 supplemental bid. But I could be wrong. The entire system is confusing.

I don't understand this at all. WHY does it have to be confusing? I've been doing this airline thing for a while now and I still can't figure this stuff out. How about they just give us a number, instead of us having to decipher and compare past bids/awards to determine how many seats are available and where.
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Old 02-23-2022, 08:02 PM
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Originally Posted by AYLflyer View Post
I don't understand this at all. WHY does it have to be confusing? I've been doing this airline thing for a while now and I still can't figure this stuff out. How about they just give us a number, instead of us having to decipher and compare past bids/awards to determine how many seats are available and where.

Kinda reminds me of the reserve grids…
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Old 02-25-2022, 06:28 AM
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A lot of shares given out yesterday.

85,000 > Robin , 55,555 > Joanna , 40,000 > Ann. Plus an average of about 9,000 shares to ten others. I’ll be checking my account to see when ours arrives…. 🤔
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Old 02-25-2022, 06:43 AM
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A lot of shares given out yesterday.

85,000 > Robin , 55,555 > Joanna , 40,000 > Ann. Plus an average of about 9,000 shares to ten others. I’ll be checking my account to see when ours arrives…. 🤔
Check on the CSPP buy day….they’ll arrive then
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Old 02-26-2022, 07:58 AM
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Does anyone know when an award on a vacancy bid is allowed to supersede a previous award?

For example, hypothetically, lets say on last years annual bid a pilot is awarded JFK 320 CA effective 10/1/22 with a training date of 7/1/22. Then, on this current supplemental bid, a pilot can hold FLL 320 FO with an effective date of 8/1/22.

Is this not allowed because the effective date of the FLL 320 FO would be after the training date of the JFK 320 CA? Or is it only not allowed if one has actually started training? Could not find anything in contract. Thanks in advance.
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Old 02-26-2022, 08:22 AM
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Originally Posted by panpanpan View Post
Does anyone know when an award on a vacancy bid is allowed to supersede a previous award?

For example, hypothetically, lets say on last years annual bid a pilot is awarded JFK 320 CA effective 10/1/22 with a training date of 7/1/22. Then, on this current supplemental bid, a pilot can hold FLL 320 FO with an effective date of 8/1/22.

Is this not allowed because the effective date of the FLL 320 FO would be after the training date of the JFK 320 CA? Or is it only not allowed if one has actually started training? Could not find anything in contract. Thanks in advance.
Any award you get on this bid supersedes previous awards (honoring seat/equipment freezes) is how I understand it. So your example would be allowed. But probably best to PDR it.
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