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Airhoss 11-12-2012 05:44 PM

TA Overview
 
United Pilot TA Overview.pdf

CAL 73 11-12-2012 05:51 PM

Like i said... INSULTING!!!

NO vote here

APC225 11-12-2012 05:53 PM

Time to look for a different parking lot.

"Short call reserve call-out time of 3:00 to report time, 2:30 using short-term parking lot (Company-paid)"

APC225 11-12-2012 06:45 PM

"Upon date of signing, any pilot who is, or previously was, furloughed and whose accrued pay longevity is less than that of pilots hired on or before 5/6/08 shall receive additional pay longevity credit for time spent on furlough, but only to the extent that such credit does not provide a pay longevity date prior to 5/7/08. When an Integrated Seniority List is presented to the Company that satisfies the terms of Section 5 of the Transition and Process Agreement (“TPA”), pilots who are or previously were furloughed shall receive additional pay longevity credit for all time spent on furlough provided that they have additional time on furlough which was not credited for pay longevity purposes upon date of signing, and provided further that the application of such additional credit does not result in any s-United pilot having a pay longevity date that is earlier than the pay longevity date of the next most senior s-Continental pilot. For purposes of the application of the calculations required by the preceding sentence only, a hypothetical unadjusted pay longevity date for s-Continental pilots shall be used. The hypothetical unadjusted pay longevity date will be established by removing pay longevity reductions resulting from to time spent on leaves of absence."

Mach93 11-12-2012 07:01 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by APC225 (Post 1291708)
"Upon date of signing, any pilot who is, or previously was, furloughed and whose accrued pay longevity is less than that of pilots hired on or before 5/6/08 shall receive additional pay longevity credit for time spent on furlough, but only to the extent that such credit does not provide a pay longevity date prior to 5/7/08. When an Integrated Seniority List is presented to the Company that satisfies the terms of Section 5 of the Transition and Process Agreement (“TPA”), pilots who are or previously were furloughed shall receive additional pay longevity credit for all time spent on furlough provided that they have additional time on furlough which was not credited for pay longevity purposes upon date of signing, and provided further that the application of such additional credit does not result in any s-United pilot having a pay longevity date that is earlier than the pay longevity date of the next most senior s-Continental pilot. For purposes of the application of the calculations required by the preceding sentence only, a hypothetical unadjusted pay longevity date for s-Continental pilots shall be used. The hypothetical unadjusted pay longevity date will be established by removing pay longevity reductions resulting from to time spent on leaves of absence."

Who comes up with this stuff :confused::confused::confused:

embflieger 11-12-2012 07:02 PM

I went to public school. Am I correct in understanding that the prior post (page 463-464 of the TA for those keeping score at home) means that the most recent round of furloughees get pay and vacation longevity at DOS, and then furlough credit before May 2008 is granted upon SLI? Not trying to sway anyone, just trying to comprehend.

Captain Bligh 11-12-2012 07:41 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Mach93 (Post 1291721)
Who comes up with this stuff :confused::confused::confused:

Know thy enemy. You think the language is confusing on accident?

jsled 11-12-2012 07:46 PM

Solid. Good job JNC!

Sled

SpecialTracking 11-12-2012 07:50 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Captain Bligh (Post 1291746)
Know thy enemy. You think the language is confusing on accident?

I'm sure they are going to splain it to us.

SoCentralRain 11-12-2012 07:50 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Captain Bligh (Post 1291746)
Know thy enemy. You think the language is confusing on accident?

I think the enemy in this specific example is the CAL MEC. :mad:

SCR


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