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SECTION 4 - EXPENSES
A Flight Attendant on duty shall be paid
expenses for meals for each trip hour, prorated to the nearest minute in
accordance with the following rates:
F/A assigned to training away from her/his
domicile shall be paid expenses for meals at the above rates per hour for all
hours away from her/his domicile, including the check-in/checkout time for the
deadhead to/from training.
International expenses shall apply to all
service to and from international destinations.
Examples: 1) PIT-PHL-BDA: The PHL-BDA segment
would pay international expenses.
2.) PHL-LGW-FRA-PHL: All
segments would pay international expenses.
A F/A assigned to training at her/his domicile
shall be paid the above rates for all hours in training.
Per Diem will not apply for home study.
A F/A, when away from her/his domicile at places
other than regular system layover stations, shall be paid reasonable actual
expenses for meals or the above rates for each trip hour, whichever is greater.
attendant shall receive per diem for all hours on OPR, prorated to the nearest
minute. If a Flight Attendant is assigned a trip on OPR, the Flight Attendant
shall receive per diem from the
OPR until the Flight Attendant is released
in his/her domicile at the end of
the assigned pairing."
RETAINED ME-TOO ON PER DIEM
"In the event the Company increases the meal allowance for other flight
crew members before the expiration of this Agreement, those increases will be
extended to include the Flight Attendants."
A F/A assigned by the Company to duty away from
his/her domicile on a temporary or special basis, such as temporary duty
assignment, charters or publicity/promotional assignments, shall be reimbursed
for all reasonable actual expenses incurred thereby, substantiated by receipts
A F/A assigned by the Company to
duty away from his/her domicile on a temporary or special basis, such as
recruitment or publicity/promotional assignments, shall be reimbursed for all
reasonable actual expenses incurred, substantiated by receipts when required.
If such duty assignment is to exceed seven (7)
nights, the Company will advance the F/A reasonable estimated expenses.
Such a request must be made in wring to InFlight at
least five (5) business days before the scheduled departure. If the F/A is
given less than five (5) business days notice of the assignment, the F/A may
request an advance and shall receive the advance as soon as practicable. For an
assignment of less than seven (7) days, the Company shall consider issuing the
advance on a case by case basis.
Cathy Campbell - Council 89 President
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