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Viewing pairings

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1       Introduction 

Viewing pairings 

In this topic we review how to view pairings loaded into the system, run pairing reports, and manage training pairings. 

We estimate that this will take 6 minutes to complete.

2       Detailed Explanation 

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Interaction 1 Click the Pairing Number input field.

Begin on the Pairing Details tab, where planners can view individual pairings. 

Select the base associated with the pairing from the dropdown list, then designate the Pairing Number.

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Interaction 1 Enter D3041 into the Pairing Number field.

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Interaction 1 Click the Details button.

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Interaction 1 Click the Edit button.

Basic information about the pairing displays.

You can view more information about the pairing by clicking Edit. 

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Interaction 1 Click the Cancel button.

This view displays the routing details of the pairing, the date the pairing operates on, and the crew complement for the pairing. Information on this screen is read only. Any changes made here are not saved.

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Interaction 1 Click the Pairings Report tab.

Note you cannot delete pairings from the system using this view, even if a Delete button is present. 

You can select from all pairings in the system, or a subset (category) of pairings. Choose your option from the Category list. 

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Interaction 1 Click the Category dropdown button.

For this example, let's select Denver 319 Captains. 

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Interaction 1 Click the DEN-319-CA list item.

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Interaction 1 Click the Generate Report button.

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Interaction 1 Click the Close button.

All of the Denver 319 Captain pairings available for bidding display in the report. 

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Interaction 1 Click the IOE Pairings tab.

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Interaction 1 Click the Category dropdown button.

On the IOE Pairings tab, you can select a subset of instructors, similar to how you selected pairings earlier in this review. 

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Select Chicago 319 captains. 

Interaction 1 Click the CHI-319-CA list item.

All the pairings that have been awarded to the Chicago 319 Line Check Airmen display in Unflagged. 

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Interaction 1 Click the 407368 C3055 2021-02-23 list item.

From the list, select the pairing(s) to be used for training purposes. Use the native operating system selection conventions to make a choice (for example, you can Ctrl-click to select any, or Shift-click to select a range, as we will now do).

Note: The selected pairings will not be awarded for First Officers once they are Flagged as IOE.

Interaction 1 Click the 410842 C3010 2021-02-22 list item while keeping the Shift key pressed.

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Once selected, move the pairings to the Flagged list. 

Interaction 1 Click the >> button.

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Interaction 1 Click the OK button.

Confirm that you want to flag the selected pairings. 

Generate a report to identify the flagged pairings, as required. 

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Interaction 1 Click the Generate Report button.

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The report shows the flagged pairings. 

Interaction 1 Click the Close button.

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To view pairings awarded to Line Check Airmen within the selected category, use the LCA dropdown menu to select a specific check airmen. 

Interaction 1 Click the LCA dropdown button.

This list represents the employee numbers for LCA in the system. 

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Interaction 1 Click the 411186 list item.

The Unflagged list populates with the results for the selected LCA. Select the first item to flag.

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Interaction 1 Click the 411186 C3046 2021-02-06 list item.

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Interaction 1 Click the >> button.

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Interaction 1 Click the OK button.

SUCCESS 

Congratulations! You have successfully reviewed pairings loaded into the system, run pairing reports, and managed IOE training pairings.

 

 

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