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Vacancy Bid 22-02V

Updated: Apr 2


MAR 30, 2021, 18:00 CT


22-02V is a special bid that is mostly pertinent to pilots wishing to exercise their grandfather rights to return to:


756: LAX, SFO, DCA

777: IAH, DCA


The UAL Matrix should offer updates for each Flt Ops snapshot, including a Category Summary.

Vacancy bid 22-02V

OPENS: March 30 at noon CT.

CLOSES: April 9 at noon CT.

EFFECTIVE: 2022 - read the Flt Ops bulletin and pertinent ALPA bulletins/MOU 21-01.

TRAINING: irregular - read the Flt Ops bulletin and pertinent ALPA bulletins/MOU 21-01.


UPA Section 8-F Activation of Assignment Explained

UPA Section 8-D Freezes Explained


Vacancy bid 22-02V published:

Flight Operations > Crew Resources > Vacancy bids


Town Hall Q&A has pertinent info regarding grandfather rights, pay protection, etc. - here.

Q. Will there be grandfather rights in the upcoming vacancy bid?

A. Yes. In accordance with the Pandemic Recovery LOA, pilots who were displaced in displacement bids 20-07D, 20-08D, and/or 20-09D will have grandfather rights for any vacancy bid that is opened on or before March 31, 2021. Pilots who were displaced in displacement bid 21-01D will have grandfather rights in accordance with the UPA, or for any vacancy bid that is opened on or before April 29, 2021. In a vacancy bid, pilots with grandfather rights receive a vacancy award, by seniority amongst other pilots with grandfather rights, before a vacancy award is made to pilots without grandfather rights.
-updated 1/07/21

Latest Flight Ops Category Summary published for Vacancy Bid 21-09V Final Award MAR 19, 2021: Flight Operations > Crew Resources > Vacancy bids


If you have accessed the Matrix though the main login page, these links will work for you:


Latest UAL Matrix Webview Category Summary with MIN, MAX and Headcount Ceilings Percentages is here.


Latest UAL Matrix Excel/PDF Category Summary with MIN, MAX and Headcount Ceilings Percentages is here.

PDF for the matrix below is here.


Note: CCS Vacancy Bid Screen # of Positions are usually the same as the Vacancy MIN numbers.


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