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6.1 Reporting for Duty

When should the pilots CHECK IN for (a) domestic flight (b) Near International

6.1 Reporting for Duty

Check In
Domestic 1 hour
Near International 75 minutes

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6.1 Reporting for Duty

When should the pilots report for duty at the JETBRIDGE during a pairing for (a) domestic flight (b) Near International

6.1 Reporting for Duty

JetBridge during pairing

Domestic 30 minutes
Near International 45 minutes

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6.2 Beginning a Flight Pairing in Domicile

When should The Read Before Fly (RBF) information be read?

6.2 Beginning a Flight Pairing in Domicile

The Read Before Fly (RBF) information must be read when originating a pairing at a domicile.

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6.2 Beginning a Flight Pairing in Domicile

What is the preferred method for crews to check in through CWA?

6.2 Beginning a Flight Pairing in Domicile

The preferred method for checking in is through CWA using the computer
terminals in the domicile Pilot lounge. Alternatively, Pilots may check in via
telephone with Crew Scheduling from the airport.

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6.2 Beginning a Flight Pairing in Domicile

When should the pilot review any required documentation required for flight?

6.2 Beginning a Flight Pairing in Domicile

Items required to be read before flight, including RBFs and bulletins, are made available through myMobile365 (app) under the Comply tab

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6.4 Crew Verification Process

How is Crew Verification performed?

6.4 Crew Verification Process

The Operations Agent verifies the Captain’s CREW ID and the Captain’s
assignment to the flight.

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6.4 Crew Verification Process

How is Crew Verification performed by the Captain?

6.4 Crew Verification Process

(CA) Verify, by Company CREW ID, the First Officer and Flight Attendants
assigned to the flight, using the Crew information in the Flight Plan packet.
Crew Members whose ID cannot be verified must be denied boarding.

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6.4 Crew Verification Process

What happens if a Crew Member loses a a valid Company badge at domicile
check-in to start the trip?

6.4 Crew Verification Process

The Crew Member must immediately call a Chief Pilot (Pilots) or Base Supervisor (Flight Attendants).

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6.4 Crew Verification Process

What happens if a Crew Member loses a valid Company badge during the course of a trip?

6.4 Crew Verification Process

A Crew Member who, during the course of a trip, loses a valid Company badge, may continue under one of the following
provisions:
– With an alternate form of government-issued photo ID (e.g., driver
license, military identification, passport).
– If a fellow Crew Member, working on the same trip prior to the ID
loss, can verify the badgeless Crew Member’s identity.
– Before boarding the aircraft on his first departure, the badgeless
Crew Member must obtain a Non-Passenger Escort (NPE) Security
Checkpoint Authorization Form at the ticket counter by using an
alternate ID or a fellow Crew Member’s verification as stated above.

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6.5 Dispatch Release and Weather Package Review

When should the pilots discuss and review the Dispatch Release and weather package?

6.5 Dispatch Release and Weather Package Review


Prior to each flight the Captain and First Officer will discuss and thoroughly familiarize themselves with weather conditions, NOTAMs, route of flight, best altitude, alternate operation possibilities, and planned fuel loading.

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6.5 Dispatch Release and Weather Package Review


If the pilots need more pertinent information or clarification of data in the Wx Packet, what other resources are available to them?

6.5 Dispatch Release and Weather Package Review

For additional information, contact the Dispatcher.

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6.5 Dispatch Release and Weather Package Review

Who else should the Pilots share Wx information with prior to each flight?

6.5 Dispatch Release and Weather Package Review

Communicate with the Flight Attendants regarding any significant changes since the initial Crew briefing.