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    Effectively, it's a clause in the contract that lets the company **** your schedule hard in the ass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BOHICA View Post
    Effectively, it's a clause in the contract that lets the company **** your schedule hard in the ass.
    Frequently, yes. Sometimes as your funny av shows, you are indeed "here".

    It's the process of reassignment once all or part of a trip is "lost" to a pilot. This could be a legality issue, misconnect or cancellation. Somewhat complicated as it depends when the trip (in whole or part) was lost, i.e. prior to sign in both prior to the day of departure and the day of departure, after sign-in (mid-sequence both AT domicile and AWAY from domicile), etc. As such, a pilot is obligated to accept a reassignment which can finish later then original sequence (4 hours is a common limit) and/or comprise multiple sequences within the original footprint (loss of a 3 day and reassigned turns which hoses a commuter). There are time limits scheduling has to reassign you though.
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