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    Is that fmla? When can you really call in UA? Can everyon do it? If you can explain the real reason to use it please. Thanks

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    Unauthorized absence. Or United Airlines. Maybe they got hired.

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    Unpaid abscence? That would be FMLA.

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    I thought it was unavailable?

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    PG is the killer. Or NC-17. Both get you a date with Denise.

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    UA is unpaid absence. FMLA will show UA if I'm not mistaken. You could also see that in the event CS calls you at home on your day off and tries to JM you into a flight and you tell them you are unable.

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    Are we too lazy to look at the FOS codes on my.envoyair.com?

    UA is UNPAID ABSENCE

    FMLA is either FL, FC or F6.
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    Quote Originally Posted by schmuck View Post
    UA is unpaid absence. FMLA will show UA if I'm not mistaken. You could also see that in the event CS calls you at home on your day off and tries to JM you into a flight and you tell them you are unable.
    Why on earth would you answer your phone on a day off and then say "unable"? Junior guys, listen up! Even if you are on probation, you are NOT obligated to answer your phone from scheduling. If you don't want to work, don't answer it.

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    I've answered before. I actually called them letting them know I'll be in base by 6 pm the day before my trip, and if you need to JM someone I would be available. Worked many times. However, there was one time they called and I answered. I had just spoken with them a few hours earlier about me being available at 6 pm or later. Well they had a 4 pm flight, told them I couldn't do it, and they gave me a UA. I straightened it out no problem in the office, but the kicker was that since I had nonrev'd on that day, the NonRev police jumped all over it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Lucky View Post
    I've answered before. I actually called them letting them know I'll be in base by 6 pm the day before my trip, and if you need to JM someone I would be available. Worked many times. However, there was one time they called and I answered. I had just spoken with them a few hours earlier about me being available at 6 pm or later. Well they had a 4 pm flight, told them I couldn't do it, and they gave me a UA. I straightened it out no problem in the office, but the kicker was that since I had nonrev'd on that day, the NonRev police jumped all over it.
    Wow. God this company sucks.

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    The NonRev part was pretty intense. Hard for an envoy department to communicate with an AA department apparently. Multiple times they wanted me to sign something, and threatening pulling my privileges if I didn't. I did not sign, but damn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by C140pilot View Post
    Wow. God this company sucks.
    Yes sir. That's why I don't do OT nor favors. Every stinking time I fall in and go the extra mile, I get the extra inches in the rear with it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by eaglepilot View Post
    Are we too lazy to look at the FOS codes on my.envoyair.com?

    UA is UNPAID ABSENCE

    FMLA is either FL, FC or F6.
    UA can be used for FMLA. From ALPA:

    Once approved, if a pilot has an unforeseeable event and removes themselves from flying using FMLA you will be removed with a “UA” code.

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    If you are JMed and put in for a return day, and they keep denying all requests due to staffing, is there a time limit on the return day or can one keep requesting month to month. Or is one forced to take the pay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EGF View Post
    If you are JMed and put in for a return day, and they keep denying all requests due to staffing, is there a time limit on the return day or can one keep requesting month to month. Or is one forced to take the pay.
    They have until the month following the date of the JM. i.e. if you are JM'd in June, they have until July to give you a RTD.

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    If I don't get one by July would they automatically just give me the pay? Or do I have by a certain day on July or I lose everything. I have a feeling RTD are going to be null and void.

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    They are contractually required to give you a RTD by July. A RTD will be scheduled according to the contract "during the same month when possible, but in no case later than the following month" So according to the contract they can't just decide not to give you a RTD and give you the pay and there is no certain date that you lose everything. If a RTD is what you desire instead of the pay and they don't give grant you one by July, then a contract violation has taken place and you need to contact your rep. And keep in mind that RTDs are only required if you go below 11 off for the month.

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