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The Company has sent a letter in response to the Union’s bulletin “Message From Your Component Officers” dated December 22, 2017, which disagrees with our position. The Company states: “An employee booking back on is eligible to be drafted, at the time of book-on, if Crew Scheduling has reached his or her seniority in the draft procedure.”
The Union reasserts our original position; that booking back on and draft are two separate events, and will be filing a policy grievance on this matter. If you are drafted when calling to book back on, please contact your Local and provide all of the details for documentation.
When you call to book back on, this call is a separate and distinct call. The company is not in a position to draft you. The company must make contact with you in a subsequent call. You cannot be drafted while on the phone booking back on.
Draft can only take place in accordance with Article B9 for mainline and Article L55.14.12 for Rouge.
If you have any concerns, or have had a scheduler attempt to draft you when you have called to book back on from injury or illness, please contact your Local with specifics so they can investigate.
On Board Crew Rest
You are entitled to take your onboard crew rest, even if this means altering the service. See our bulletins below.Local Bulletin Component Bulletin Crew Rest Guide & Sleepwear ProvisionsCrew BunksDecember Crew Rest Guide
Please report to the Company and the union if you are unable to complete service and/ or schedule sufficient crew rest on long range flights. Please give us a schedule of how long the service took and and any further details on flight, such as equipment failures that prolonged service, turblence, passenger issues, medicals, crew complement, etc.
Under the terms of the Collective Agreement you are entitled to an additional 30 minutes crew rest on board LOU18 & 22 flights only. (See LOU 60 for detailed contract language)B14
Scheduled flight over 11:30 are entitled to 2 hours crew restLOU 18 flights:
duty periods under 14h59 are entitled to 2 ½ hrs on board crew rest
duty periods from 15 hrs to 16h15 are entitled to 4 hrs. LOU 22A flights:
duty periods from 16h16 -17h10 are entitled to 4 hrs on board crew rest
duty periods from 17h11 - 18h00 are entitled to 4 ½ hrs.
Meal breaks are to be taken separately from the on board crew rest.
Use this link to report on board crew rest issues:www.purplewaveyyz.com