By air Sample Clauses

By air. On company flights, Cabin Attendants, according to seniority, may use CLUB seats, if available; otherwise, they will use the other seats. Notwithstanding the foregoing, Captains and senior management in the Company (from Department Directors upwards) will nevertheless have priority in the selection of these seats. A Cabin Attendant will deadhead on a passenger/revenue seat. Should an exceptional circumstance arise where a seat is not available for a crew member, the Company will offer the Cabin Attendant a seat on another Air Transat flight or other airline. Such requests shall not take place in front of passengers. Should the Company offer a Cabin Attendant a jumpseat for the purpose of a deadhead, the Company must contact a Union representative for authorisation. Any discussion with the Cabin Attendant with regards to travel on a jumpseat shall not take place in front of passengers. For further clarification, a « union representative » is defined as the Local Union President. Should this person not be available, the Company will attempt to contact an executive of the Component. On other airlines, deadheading may be in Economy class. Deadheading must never be on standby. Deadheading must always be on flights with assigned numbered seating before or after operating a flight.
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By air. On company flights, Cabin Attendants, according to seniority, may use CLUB seats, if available; otherwise, they will use the other seats. Notwithstanding the foregoing, Captains and senior management in the Company (from Department Directors upwards) will nevertheless have priority in the selection of these seats. A Cabin Attendant will deadhead on a passenger/revenue seat. In the event that a First Officer with less seniority takes the CLUB seat, the Cabin Attendant will be compensated as per the following: • $350 for a flight of a duration of 2 to 6 hours; • $550 for a flight of a duration of more than 6 hours and for all flights to Europe. Should an exceptional circumstance arise where a seat is not available for a crew member, the Company will offer the Cabin Attendant a seat on another Air Transat flight or other airline. Such requests shall not take place in front of passengers. Should the Company offer a Cabin Attendant a jumpseat for the purpose of a deadhead, the Company must contact a Union representative for authorisation. Any discussion with the Cabin Attendant with regards to travel on a jumpseat shall not take place in front of passengers. For further clarification, a « union representative » is defined as the Local Union President. Should this person not be available, the Company will attempt to contact an executive of the Component. On other airlines, deadheading may be in Economy class. The “Speedy Boarding” option on EasyJet, or the equivalent on other airlines without assigned seating, shall be reserved by the company based on availability when the reservation is made, or it shall be purchased at the check-in counter by the Flight Director or be reimbursed through an expense form. Deadheading must never be on standby. Deadheading must always be on flights with assigned numbered seating before or after operating a flight.
By air. On company flights, Cabin Attendants, according to seniority, may use CLUB seats, if available; otherwise, they will use the other seats. Notwithstandingthe foregoing, Captains and senior management in the Company (from Department Directors upwards) will nevertheless have priority in the selection of these seats. A Cabin Attendant will deadhead on a seat. On other airlines, deadheading may be in Economy class. By train All deadheading will be carried out in First class. By bus All deadheadingwill be carried out in buses chartered exclusivelyfor cabin crews and/or flight crews. When available, the Company will reserve buses with air conditioning and toilets. Duration of land deadheading Deadheading carried out within a duty period involving one or more flights The Company cannot schedule any deadheading by train of a total duration of over hours. The Company cannot schedule any deadheading by bus of a total duration of over three and one half (3%) hours. Deadheading representing the only element in a duty period The scheduled maximum limitation is eight (8) hours between the first departure and the last arrival (train and/or bus). Moreover, any deadheading by bus whose total duration is over one hour will be carried out in a motor coach with at least thirty (30) seats. prior to a training session will not take place on the same as the itself.
By air. Maastricht Aachen Airport Maastricht is served by the nearby Maastricht Aachen Airport (IATA: MST, ICAO: EHBK) – located in nearby Beek and informally referred to by that name – with regular scheduled flights to Alicante (on Ryanair), Katowice and Budapest (on Wizz Air), and seasonal and charter flights to other destinations. The airport is located about 10 kilometres (6 miles) north of Maastricht’s cen- tre.
By air. On company flights, Cabin Attendants, according to seniority, may use CLUB seats, if available; otherwise, they will use the other seats. Notwithstanding the foregoing, Captains and senior management in the Company (from Department Directors upwards) will nevertheless have priority in the selection of these seats. A Cabin Attendant will deadhead on a passenger/revenue seat. On other airlines, deadheading may be in Economy class.
By air. AIR agrees to indemnify and hold harmless SBBC, its agents, servants and employees from claims, judgments, and costs, directly caused by the negligence of AIR or the negligence of AIR’s agents when acting within the scope of their employment, whether such claims, judgments, costs and expenses be for damages, damage to property including SBBC’s property, and injury or death of any person whether employed by AIR, SBBC or otherwise. In no event shall AIR be liable for anticipated profits or, for incidental, punitive or consequential damages. AIR’s liability on any claim of any kind for any loss or damage arising out of or connected with or resulting from this Agreement or from the performance or breach thereof shall not exceed $41,154.48.
By air. When available, travel Is preferred, using economy or excursion class’ with the or first class can only be selected approval o f t h e o r When bookings the Travel Off Ice I I select the most route, regard firstly to cost and secondly to the travel preference. When possible, customers airlines be selected. BY RAIL Travel by rail is permissible when proven to be The cost of the class of travel selected I not exceed the cost of economy class air fare. BY CAR

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