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Personal Credit Card is Not Required to Check into Layover Hotel Rooms

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Source: AFA

Date: Apr 12, 2019

Source: Elines

Section 5.B.4 establishes that Flight Attendants are not required to provide their personal credit card at check-in to their layover hotel rooms for room access or for in-room telephone activation. 

At the same time, Section 5.B.4 provides that Flight Attendants shall check in and out of their hotel rooms. At time of checking out, each Flight Attendant shall pay for any incidental expenses incurred, such as personal telephone calls, room service, etc. 

Note: Flight Attendants shall have the ability to access hotel services with cash payment. If the Flight Attendant elects to have sign-in privileges to cover incidentals the hotel may then require a personal credit card imprint. 

Please contact your Local Council Hotel & Transportation Committee to address any questions that you may have.

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