Welcome to the CUPE Local 4092 Official Website, representing Air Canada Flight Attendants in Toronto!

Being asked to wear your brevet? Click here for the arbitration stating that you have the choice on whether or not to wear brevets.

PBS Flash Bulletin
Review any Default Bids submitted between Feb 28 and March 2. Navblue, our software vendor, erroneously installed an update to PBS recently. To rectify the issue and ensure a seamless April block award, we have asked them to revert back to the previous version. As a result, if you have amended your Default Bid between Monday, February 28 and Friday, March 2 in either the Old or New User Interface, please take the time to ensure your bid is reflected correctly within PBS.

Contact your Union Directly
Just another friendly reminder that your yyz union office is open and available to deal with your concerns 6 days a week. Monday to Friday our hours are 9-6 pm, Saturday and holidays 10-4. You can email us anytime at office@local4092.ca or call (905) 676-4293. Due to the high volume of investigatory meetings, there may be a delay in responding to your concern, so please always leave a message. We will call you back later that day.To join our email list, change your address or contact info, follow this link. When you contact us directly, we will be able to assess the situation and advise you of your rights and the proper course of action in order to resolve your issue in the most expedient manner. Social media is not an efficient way to inform us of your concerns.

Protect your pensions! Watch this video to see why C-27 is so dangerous. Get CUPE National President Mark Hancock's letter to the government here.

Have an OBSM on board? The consent award tells you what they can and cannot do on board and this bulletin outlines the ongoing issues CUPE has with the program. Check out the November 2016 Move Me News for a list of OBSMs and the January 3 2017 editions for a list of CNX managers.

Improvements to EI for Maternity
As of December 3, 2017, eligible pregnant employees will be able to receive EI Maternity benefits up to 12 weeks before their due date. Parents will also be able to choose to receive EI benefits at the current maximum benefit rate of $543 / week or up to 18 months at a max benefit rate of $326. Check our November bulletin for more info or visit your local Service Canada office.

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The GoodLife registration program is available here.

For information on the Union Pearson Express Employee program, click here.

Check out our new "Days Off" page, for interesting movies, books, music, recipes and apps and our new "Community Page" to see what your fellow F/As are doing!

Upcoming Events

PBS Monthly Bidding Info

May is from May 3rd to June 1st. It is a 80 hour block month
Min hours are 71 max 80
Training Bidding opens: April 6th at 0800
Training Bidding closes: April 9th at 0800
Training awards: April 10th at 2300

Bidding Assistance:
April 7th 10:00 to 15:00

During training bid assistance, you may send us an email at pbsyyz@gmail.com or leave a message at 416-798-3399 ext 252.

Important dates to keep in mind
May 13th Mother's Day
Victoria Day May 21st (May long day May 18th to May 21st)


A live presentation still available for one day on April 17th. Times and location will be posted on the regular bidding bulletin.


Looking Ahead
Bidding Opens: 12 Apr 2018 08:00
Bidding Closes: 18 Apr 2018 08:00
Awards Available: 20 Apr 2018 23:00
Contesting Opens: 20 Apr 2018 23:00
Contesting Closes: 23 Apr 2018 23:00
Contesting Results: 24 Apr 2018 23:00
Note: All times are indicated in your local base time

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 Provisions
Crew Bunks
December 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)

Scheduled flight over 11:30 are entitled to 2 hours crew rest

LOU 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:

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