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Reserve Committee Resources

CrewTrac Codes

Below is a list of the most common CrewTrac codes used by Crew Scheduling:

Daily Scheduling

BRV – Bereavement Leave: Used when a Crewmember is excused from an assignment due to a death in their family.

CIH – Call in-Honest: Used when a commuting Crewmember cannot make it to their Domicile for their scheduled assignment. Both the Pilot and Flight Attendant contracts provide the requirements that need to be met in order for a Crewmember to utilize Call in Honest.

AVL – Time Available: Used when flight segments have been removed or cancelled from a Crewmember’s assigned pairing and Crew Scheduling elects to keep the Crewmember contactable and available for a specific period of time. For both Pilots and Flight Attendants. Time available must be ran for at least one minute in
CrewTrac (no AVL bars that run for the same minute).

• AVL does not have an assignment window. Flying may be added at any time.

 

DTY – Duty: Used as a place holder within a pairing to identify when a Crewmember either began or ended their Duty period. For both Pilots and Flight Attendants. DTY must span for at least one minute in length in CrewTrac.


FLG – Flag for Review: Used when there is a possible pay discrepancy for Crew Pay to review For both Pilots and Flight Attendants. Must always be accompanied by comments to clearly communicate the issue needing review.


Reserve Codes

PR0 – Pickup Reserve at 100%: Duty for Pilot / Not Rest

 

RAS – Reserve Assignment: Flying assigned to a regular Home Reserve.

RRA – Ready Reserve AM: Counts as Duty / Not Rest Airport Ready Reserve, AM shift.

RRP – Ready Reserve PM: Counts as Duty / Not Rest Airport Ready Reserve, PM shift.

RRL – Ready Reserve Late: Counts as Duty / No Rest Airport Ready Reserve, Late shift.

 

RSV – Reserve: Duty for Pilots / Not Rest Home Reserve Pilots and Flight Attendants.
• Flight Attendant times will default to 04:00-18:00 for P1 and 10:00-23:59 for P2.


Junior Assignments and Extensions


BYD – Beyond Company Control: Used when a Pilot becomes stuck into a day off in an Outstation.


BYC – Beyond Company Control: Used when a Flight Attendant becomes stuck into a day off in an Outstation.


E15 – Extension 150%: Used when a Crewmember is scheduled to be extended.


EXR – Extension Refusal: Used when a Crewmember elects to refuse an extension.


J15 – Junior Assignment at 150%: Used when a Flight Attendant is junior assigned.


JAR – Junior Assignment Refusal: Used when a Crewmember elects to refuse a junior assignment.


Fatigue


FTD – Fatigue Drop: Used for initial FA fatigue calls.

Sick Calls and Miss Trips (NFA)


NAF – Miss Trip: Used when a Flight Attendant does not provide a reason for their absence or fails to report for an assignment.


SCK – Sick: Used as the general sick code for all Crewmembers.


SCP – Sick for Pickup: Used when a Crewmember calls in sick for a trip they previously picked up from Open Time on a scheduled off day.


SCT – Sick for Training: Used when a Crewmember calls in sick for a training event such as ground school or SIM.

 

SCX – Sick for Extra Event: Used when a Crewmember calls in sick after accepting an extension or junior assignment.


SKR – Sick Reserve: Sick call event for a Reserve Pilot or Flight Attendant


Office Duty Codes / Misc (Management, Instructors, SAFA, etc.)

CBI – Company Business – Inflight: Used for Inflight management Flight Attendants

UOH – Unpaid On Hold: Used for when Base Management wants to remove a trip as unpaid

WIL – Will Fly: Used for when a Flight Attendant wants to be considered willing to fly Guidelines for adding codes inside pairings (Non-Fly) Non-fly segments can be added by inserting a leg and placing N in the Dhd column. The code will be placed in the Flight # column. This is intended for a number of codes, most notably are Reserve,

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