Sick Leave & Vacation Make Up (Updated 2020)
Once the 7-day vacation period is cancelled, Crew Scheduling will add the AVL code to the Flight Attendant’s schedule to replace the vacation days. Flight Attendants will have two options to make up the lost time. They can pick-up a trip(s) either through the Open Time process or through the Trip Request process. They can pick-up trips anytime during the month for VMU. Since all make-up requests are now processed at seniority (7.K), the Flight Attendant wishing to do make-up, must request trips through the normal pick-up process in the applicable folders and if awarded must contact Crew Scheduling to advise they would like to apply Vacation Make-Up for that trip(s). Remember each vacation day carries a credit of 3 hours, so you need to review their schedule to determine how many hours they need to make-up.
Once the Flight Attendant made up their hours as noted above (18.M.2), Crew Scheduling will remove the AVL days from their schedule to reflect the make-up was completed. If the Flight Attendant does not pick-up flying, she/he can be assigned only on the AVL days.
News Archive: August 2012
8/31: How do I pick up an ETCH pairing if I can't post a pick up request in FLICA? (Click on the ETCH Link from the menu above)
8/27: SEPTEMBER OPENTIME REVISION: Folder will open tomorrow, August 28th @ 12:00HST. The bid packet date (29th) was incorrect.
8/26: PICK UP requests in FLICA: No ER Pick Up Requests in ANY Folder. These will be deleted or not processed by CS
8/25: September ER Folder Instructions have been posted In FLICA - Incorrect posts will be deleted or not processed by CS.
8/25: Please do not post September requests in August folders - they will not be processed.
8/25: Changes to phone requests are as follows:
- Trip Requests NOT in Opentime are made via FLICA to include Flight Release requests for September Pairings.
- Trip Requests NOT in Opentime for pairings falling in August may still be requested via the telephone.
- Opentime Requests may still be made via the telephone and FLICA.