ARTICLE 9: MISCELLANEOUS FLYING
1. Revenue flying necessary to conduct Initial
Operating Experience (IOE) shall be awarded in the following manner:
Airmen scheduled to perform IOE training shall bid and be awarded a line of
time in accordance with their seniority.
b. The Company will
assign the Captains, First Officers, or Flight Engineers requiring IOE training
to these lines.
Company may displace line holding Pilots for the purpose of training. In the
event that a Pilot is displaced for the purpose of training, he may select
trips from the open flying per the Scheduling Article. If no open time flying
is available, the Company may assign the Pilot standby or reserve flying based
on their scheduled work days. In no event will a displaced Pilot be required by
the Company to perform duties on a day that he was not scheduled to fly on his
original bid line award.
2. If a management, supervisory, or Check Airman
Pilot bumps a line pilot from his scheduled trip or a portion thereof, in
accordance with other provisions of this Agreement, the line pilot shall
receive the scheduled credit hours or actual hours flown, as assigned by the
Company, whichever is greater.
3. Article 9.A.1, or 9.A.2., shall not apply
to the following non-revenue flights, except to the extent that a line Pilot
previously assigned is bumped from that flight:
b. Scenic flights;
c. Ferry flights;
instrument, radio or acceptance test flights;
each bid period, the Company shall provide the following information to an MEC designated
Scheduling Committee member for any specifically requested revenue trips:
a. The pairing
number, base, equipment and date;
b. Name and
employee number of the Pilot who flew the trip;
c. Name and employee number of the Pilot who
received compensation under Article 9.A.2., if applicable.
C. All known
miscellaneous flying except for that listed in Article 9.A.3. (above) shall be
used for bid line construction.
D. Miscellaneous flying not known at the time of bid line construction shall be posted in open time.