Randy4920
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United F/A Bases

Fri Dec 15, 2000 2:21 am

WHAT DOES ORDSW MEAN? WHAT ARE ALL OF THE BASES? DOES IT MEAN CHICAGO BASED F/A CAN ONLY FLY TO THE SOUTHWEST?
 
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RE: United F/A Bases

Fri Dec 15, 2000 6:19 am

I think the bases are: Boston, Chicago, Denver, Honolulu, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Miami, Newark, New York, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Seattle and Washington, D.C.

There might be more... not sure
 
ILUV767
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RE: United F/A Bases

Fri Dec 15, 2000 8:31 am

At United every empoloyee has a company address. The address is the airport which that person works at, and then a two letter department code. The department codes carry over to each airport. All flight attendants have there base city+SW. The SW is the flight attendant office/base.

Exapmples would be:
SFOMM-Line maintence at SFO
SFOOV-SSR Maintence
SFOOW-Scheduled Maintence
SFOSW-Flight Attendants at SFO
SFOFO- I believe that this the Pilot office

I'll try to find out more of the codes for you.

BTW. London is a crew base too, as well as santiago, and Hong Kong or Tokyo (i'm not sure, but i know that they have an asia base)

Here are all of the Flight Attendant Bases:
SEASW
SFOSW
LAXSW
PHXSW
LASSW
DENSW
ORDSW
IADSW
JFKSW
EWRSW
BOSSW
MIASW
HNLSW
LHRSW
CDGSW?
STOSW Is STO Santiago's code?
HKGSW

Hope that helps
 
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RE: United F/A Bases

Fri Dec 15, 2000 11:38 am

In addition to ILUV767's list, don't forget PHL, NRT (Tokyo), TPE (Taipei), and FRA (Frankfurt). These are all FA bases as well.
 
FLY777UAL
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RE: United F/A Bases

Fri Dec 15, 2000 1:49 pm

And SIN and BKK.

F L Y 7 7 7 U A L
 
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RE: United F/A Bases

Fri Dec 15, 2000 3:33 pm

Fly777UAL - I think SIN and BKK bases are staffed differently since those are non-union F/As.
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