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Displacement Bid 20-09D

Content of this blog:

  • Displacement 20-09D Notes/Comments/MIN-MAX/JrMan

  • CCS Staffing July 7, 2020 with JrMan Matrix (plus August G-Line Matrix with LPA)

  • 20-08D Displacement Final

  • 20-09D MIN vs HEADCOUNT CEILINGS

  • 20-09D Displacement, closes July 30, 2020, noon CT.

  • Pertinent bulletins and links to official documents.

There is really no need for much commentary - the company and ALPA bulletins spell it all out and the actual numbers speak for themselves. Consider the WARN notices and read between the lines. Keep an eye on official company and ALPA bulletins, and TSA traffic numbers and trends. A few comments:

  • If you use conditional (percentage) bidding you must be aware that the system uses the MIN (from the MIN/MAX bulletin) to evaluate your percentage bid (ALPA SSC bulletin).

  • Since the MAX of the MIN-MAX bulletin is contractually not in play in displacement bids, the non-binding "Tentative Headcount Ceilings - Global Categories" has kinda taken its place, in an informational way only. It was called "Tentative Headcount Targets" in 20-07D, and you won't find it in the UPA.

  • The previous MIN/MAX bulletins have been removed from the Flt Ops page. "Projected staffing" language has been removed from the MIN/MAX bulletins.

  • The MIN staffing for captain positions remains in line with a 30% reduction in manpower. However, the total MIN staffing has gone from 7,290 in 20-07D to 10,070 in 20-08D. With 20-09D it went up further, to 11,135. This allows for maximum flexibility.

  • 20-08D MIN/MAX PDF.

  • 20-08D Matrix Notes.

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CCS Staffing July 7, 2020

These numbers do not include CP (87) and TI (475) pilots:




20-08D Displacement Final


"Headcount Ceilings" are expected to be updated the week of July 13-18 by Manpower Planning.

20-09D vs 20-08D


20-08D vs 20-07D


In case the above matrices don't show correctly on your device, here they are one by one:


Manpower Planning Documents:

https://flyingtogether.ual.com/flightops/crew-resources/displacement


Every pilot involved in or concerned with the process should read the relevant sections of the UPA, starting with Section 8 (including section 8-E ). If you haven't read that section, you probably won't realize some important details and protections that are part of the displacement process.


The ALPA SSC published a document which is very helpful in explaining the process.


ALPA SSC update for May 13, 2020 regarding displacement bid conditional bidding.

ALPA SSC update for May 8, 2020 regarding 309 displacement bid cancellations.

ALPA SSC update for May 7, 2020 regarding relative seniority.

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