Displays a flight attendant's line of flying.
|LOF||Enter the line number.|
|DOM||Enter the 3-character domicile code.|
|MO||Enter the month number.|
|FN||Enter the file number.|
|NAME||Enter the flight attendant's last name, first initial.|
You can also quickly type: DSPLOF//MO/FN
Shortcut Example: DSPLOF//10/162611
Welcome to the most used and popular screen in Unimatic. The above example is a typical LOF screen, showing all the flying activity for a flight attendant during the month of July.
There are a million questions that can arise in reading a LOF, and they cannot all be answered here---particuarly since we don't have access to the resources that United has. Therefore, if you have questions, see your 'Understanding Your Pay' book, ask a flying partner, contact an AFA representative, see a supervisor, or contact the F/A Service Center.
You can also tab to the LOFMNU at the bottom.
From here, you can tab to the following:
Here's the detailed information about the LOF that can make one's eyes look like a road map after staring at it for too long. I still don't fully understand what all the NFSK / NFBT means, so if anyone has a clue, contact me and I'll update this page.
This page shows the LOF Audit Trail. If you know of any good use for this screen, let me know and I'll update this page.
Effective Feb. 18, 2003 the DSPLOF screen was modified and two new Unimatic displays introduced. These changes are a result of a compliance project with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).
Here are the highlights:
|RPTLOF||Redisplays the last line of flying screen you were just viewing.|