Below please see the weekly update on recalls. There have been no new recall notices since our last update.
YMQ – 30 Rouge Montreal Recalls
There have been four batches of recall notices. In total so far 29 members have accepted.
The first batch of 100 notices sent last month had four members accept. These notices were sent to seniority 18215 to 18850. The deadline for acceptance and decline has now passed.
The second batch of 150 notices sent late last month had fifteen members accept. These notices were sent to seniority 18855 to 19760. The deadline for acceptance and decline has now passed.
The third batch of 50 notices sent last week had nine members accept. These notices were sent to seniority 19765 to 20050. The deadline for acceptance and decline has now passed.
The fourth batch of 25 notices went out last week had one member accept. These notices were sent to seniority 20065 to 20215. The deadline for acceptance has now passed. The deadline to decline your recall and remain on the seniority list is November 18, 2020.
YTO – Rouge Toronto Recalls
At this time there are no recalls in process for the Rouge Toronto base.
Air Canada Mainline Recalls
At this time there are no recalls in process for any mainline bases.
Updated Seniority List for Recall Purposes and Retirement Numbers
As mentioned last week, your Union has updated the seniority list with the information provided by Air Canada and attached a link to it below. As we cannot publish this privately, we have removed names and employee numbers, so it is purely based on your current 2020 Master Cabin Personnel Seniority number.
***Please note there may be errors or omissions, if you are aware of any please contact your union. You will also note that those members on leaves but senior enough to avoid layoff will be coded as Active***
Click HERE for an Updated Seniority List as of the November Block Month.
In addition, please see below the current retirement numbers for 2020, you can also view an update on retirement numbers by clicking HERE. We have included a chart for 2019 following multiple requests for comparative data.