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UAL Returning Furloughees

clownhater

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Anyone have any idea what equipment and domicles are being awarded to people returning? Also, any thougths on how many may potentially be recalled next year?
 

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Only guy I know who took the recall in the last 6 months got the Bus in SFO.

That's what he was furloughed out of, so it seems like the most junior position now.

(I'm not a United guy, so I'm just going on what I hear).
 

KnightwhosaysNi

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Sounds like at least 300 or so to be recalled from what I hear--also, what aircraft are based in JFK these days for UAL?
 

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At least 300 to be recalled in 2006, Forte said a min of 20 per month, so far a June 99 bubba just go tthe call.

JFK has a 767 Base and I think the A320 is there also, but not sure since I have been furloughed since 2003.
 

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Guy i know went back almost a year ago and was on the bus at SFO..he just got ORD back about 4 months ago.
 

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The October class is 737 ORD. The January and February classes are going to be a mix of 737 and the Bus.
 

KnightwhosaysNi

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Anyone know with the current work rules at UAL if lineholders are able to drop down to a min line value of 60 hours? Or is everyone forced to work 80+hours a month?
 

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FutureTEDpilot said:
SEA is a B737 base (might have the 767 and 777 too but I do not think so)

Last I knew SEA was a domicile for the 737, 757/767, and 777. This was current as of the winter of '03.

Cheers!

GP
 

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Recall Question

Question....

When UAL recalls, do you go back on the pay for the year that you left?

I heard the X years of furlough don't count. If you left on 2nd year, you return on 2nd year....not 7th

Is that right??
 

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Not my understanding

I think you accrue pay seniority, but not retirement seniority. I remember that from a LEC meeting a couple of years back. If you look at the new pay rates years do not have the same multiplying factor that they had before CH11.

I could be wrong, that was in the contract before, but how much of that has held up.

Just my .02
 

FutureTEDpilot

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You go back at the pay year you went out the door, for me I go back at 4th year pay. You do keep your years for retirement
 

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So what is the most junior hire date that has been offered recall?
 

Smmmack

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Off the street into a widebody seat, just might be worth coming off by-pass.

I’m down to my last hotel pen.
 

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How's the flying

So what do your buddies on the line say wide-body flying is like at UAL these days? 767 pairings good or ball-breaking? 777 flying still just a few int'l trips a month and that's it??

how is it?
 
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