Deadhead Sample Clauses

Deadhead. Each employee who is covered by this Agreement, and who is required by the Company to ride Company equipment in deadhead manner will be paid the regular straight time hourly rated or all hours spent in riding such equipment except those employees covered under Article 24, Section 1 (c).
Deadhead. 1. A flight attendant deadheading will be considered on duty. S/he is encouraged to travel out of uniform. Deadhead attire will be in accordance with Company regulations for First Class business attire as specified for mid-week pass travel.
Deadhead. 1. A Flight Attendant engaged in deadheading shall be deemed to be on duty for pay and duty limitation purposes whenever such deadheading is performed.
Deadhead. See 8.U. [Surface Deadhead], below, and Section 10.X. [Deadhead] P. MONTHLY MAXIMUM (118.2 TFP / 90 FLIGHTS) A Flight Attendant will not be scheduled to fly sequences totaling more than one-hundred eighteen and two-tenths (118.2) TFP or ninety (90) flights, whichever is less. A Flight Attendant may, at her/his option, exceed the monthly maximum.
Deadhead. Each employee who is covered by this Agreement, and who is required by the Company to ride Company equipment in deadhead manner will be paid the regular straight time hourly rated or all hours spent in riding such equipment.
Deadhead. If an employee deadheads under Company orders on any -------- and all flight(s) to or from protecting a flight, he/she shall be credited with one hundred (100%) of such deadhead flight time for pay and credit purposes. If an employee deadheads on surface transportation to or from protecting a flight, he/she will be paid fifty percent (50%) flight time but no credit for the scheduled air time between the points traveled, provided that this provision shall not apply to surface transportation between co-terminals. Time spent in deadhead transportation to and from duty assignment shall not be considered part of any rest period to which an employee is entitled under this Agreement. All time spent deadheading will be included in a Flight Attendant's on-duty period. A Flight Attendant whose on-duty period consists solely of deadhead shall not be entitled to the minimum trip credit provided in paragraphs (E)(3) and (4) above. Flight Attendant scheduled to complete his/her flight assignment by a deadhead return to his/her domicile or satellite shall be permitted (upon notification to station Operations personnel) to proceed directly to a location other than his/her domicile or satellite provided that he/she does not depart prior to the scheduled departure time of his/her scheduled deadhead flight. When utilizing the provisions of this paragraph, a Flight Attendant shall be deemed to have actually performed the deadhead assignment as scheduled. The only exception shall be that his/her trip expenses shall terminate at the scheduled departure time of the scheduled deadhead flight. The Flight Attendant must submit an exception paycard upon return to his/her domicile or satellite.
Deadhead. 1. A Flight Attendant will receive one-hundred percent (100%) of the applicable flight pay hours for the scheduled flight time or actual flight time of a deadhead, whichever is greater.
Deadhead. In addition to any other pay and duty credits he may receive on a rotational day a rotating Flight Crew Member shall receive two (2) flight pay credits and actual duty hour credits for both his rotation north and south. In addition to his working hour credits, a non rotating Flight Crew Member receive flight pay credits for deadheading as follows: