This message is for pre-merger Alaska Airlines Flight Attendants
AFA was advised that JCTE will be receiving an update on the evening of May 8, 2018, that will include the contractual 48/7 waiver (Section 8.L) and out of base warnings that previously existed in eMaestro. It is important to remember when picking up or trading, you may be required to waive or accept provisions. If you waive a provision when processing a direct trade, you will also be waiving the contractual protections for the Flight Attendant receiving the trip. Prior to processing a trade, it is important that you discuss any contractual waivers with the Flight Attendant who will be receiving the trip and determine whether s/he agrees to any contractual waivers. If you choose to accept the waivers when processing a trade, this acceptance will be noted in the system and pay protection and/or rest requirements may not apply. Refer to Section 8.N of the CBA for waiver of contractual rest.
If you have any questions about JCTE contractual waivers, please contact your Local Scheduling Committee.
Your MEC – Jeffrey Peterson, Brian Palmer, Linda Christou, Lisa Pinkston, Terry Taylor, Mario de’Medici, Melissa Osborne, Tim Green, Brice McGee; and MEC Scheduling Committee Chairperson Jake Jones