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How Long For The CAL System Bid

145BOSS

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How long does it usually take manpower planning to get out the system bid results?

Thanks
 

Paul R. Smith

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3 biz days per the contract but really whenever they feel like it.
 

motch

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Would love to know that too...
Since I'm out on mil leave for the next month and
Quit CALForums due to...

motch
29 from the botto,

PS> At least the beer is great here!
 

Ex737Driver

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Would love to know that too...
Since I'm out on mil leave for the next month and
Quit CALForums due to...

motch
29 from the botto,

PS> At least the beer is great here!


Come on......you know better than that. Friday, after 5:00PM. And why did you quit the "crack pipe"? Can you elaborate on what or who?
 

ATRCA

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Would love to know that too...
Since I'm out on mil leave for the next month and
Quit CALForums due to...

motch
29 from the botto,

PS> At least the beer is great here!

They got to you huh........?? Ran you off............

I've had those feelings from time to time in the last 8 years over there but in the end Calforums is still the best place to get real info. At least when you're deep in combat with the forum A-holes you know their real name.
 

General Lee

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How many 75/76 displacements are there for this bid in EWR?


Bye Bye--General Lee
 

catIIIc

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How many 75/76 displacements are there for this bid in EWR?


Bye Bye--General Lee

21 Captain and 17 FO's, most of the Domestic 756 stuff will be flown by IAH pilots with the Europe stuff still being done by EWR.

No flying is going away, just a realignment of bases, basically management does not like the tone coming out of the EWR LEC, they will show us and shrink EWR thus pissing more of us off.
 

General Lee

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21 Captain and 17 FO's, most of the Domestic 756 stuff will be flown by IAH pilots with the Europe stuff still being done by EWR.

No flying is going away, just a realignment of bases, basically management does not like the tone coming out of the EWR LEC, they will show us and shrink EWR thus pissing more of us off.

Yeah, I've been reading about that. Ridiculous indeed. Stay stong and get a better contract, including full insurance for newhires.


Bye Bye---General Lee
 

HHH

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Would love to know that too...
Since I'm out on mil leave for the next month and
Quit CALForums due to...

motch
29 from the botto,

PS> At least the beer is great here!

What happened Motch? Sad to see guys like you and Kaye leave calforums. Come back!
 

list2002

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Heard Mgmt. asked ALPA for a couple days extension on the bid results... wondering if their numbers aren't quite coming together like they thought they would... d'oh!
 

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We agreed to an additional day so the bid can include the reduced flying line numbers. The response to that program has been pretty good- hopefully good enough!!
Motch, give me a call when you get back in the States!

Potty (aka the T in JTK)
 

whatitdoing?

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Heard Mgmt. asked ALPA for a couple days extension on the bid results... wondering if their numbers aren't quite coming together like they thought they would... d'oh!


I'd be furious if CALALPA extends the bid results. A contract is a contract and if they're sticking it to us.....I'm happy to stick it to them when I can.
 

HHH

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I'd be furious if CALALPA extends the bid results. A contract is a contract and if they're sticking it to us.....I'm happy to stick it to them when I can.

Surely you made this post while your head was still in your rear most orifice? Reminds me of when XJT pilots voted down a guaranteed .5 hours of pay a few years ago over "principle".
 

pianoman

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I'd be furious if CALALPA extends the bid results. A contract is a contract and if they're sticking it to us.....I'm happy to stick it to them when I can.

So if another day to run it means they realize they don't have to furlough a couple of guys, it's not worth it on principle? I think there are a whole lot of other things we can be "sticking it" to them without granting an extra day or two in the hopes of keeping pilots working in this economy.

And no, I'm not on the chopping block.
 

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Looks like there is about 87% of the original 12% that were put into their 2nd choice 50% positions if their standing bid was not the triple, 756 EWR or the 737 GUM. What also is interesting is that there are 45% of the folks that bid BES at 95% or less. MOst of that 45% people got it while the rest stuck at 80% or less at BES did not.
 

motch

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Where are you seeing this?
I can't find anything showing the bid being out~

motch
 

HHH

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Looks like there is about 87% of the original 12% that were put into their 2nd choice 50% positions if their standing bid was not the triple, 756 EWR or the 737 GUM. What also is interesting is that there are 45% of the folks that bid BES at 95% or less. MOst of that 45% people got it while the rest stuck at 80% or less at BES did not.

Sean Roth,
The bid shows you going to Guam. Have you ever been out there? I'm considering trading and am doing some research.

Thanks
 

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Sean Roth,
The bid shows you going to Guam. Have you ever been out there? I'm considering trading and am doing some research.

Thanks


Yeah, I am going out there to chase all the young boys so I can give them backrubs.

I am glad that I got that. Besides Mr. Triple, I would love to rub your back.
 
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