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Displays an Inflight Briefing Sheet (IBS) on a home computer screen.

You type: IBSBDS

Example of the IBSBDS screen

Example of the IBSBDS screen

FLIGHT Enter the ID number.
DTE Date (use the DD format)
STA Enter the 3-character station code.
ID# Specific ID number  (optional)
DT ID Date   (optional)
POS Work Position  (optional)
TYPE Enter D for all remaining flights in a duty period.
Enter F for just the single flight.
If you leave this blank, it will display all remaining flights in a duty period.
INFO Enter H to display just the header/safety messages.
Enter F to display the flight specific information.
Enter T to display the trailer info.
Enter P to display the announcements (marketing stuff).
Enter A to display everything.

Example of the IBSBDS response

You might get a screen like above that asks you to choose the duty period you want for the IBS. Tab the line containing the ID you're on and press ENTER.

As soon as you choose your duty period and press ENTER, you will see the message INPUT ACCEPTED - WAIT FOR RESPONSE.

When you see that message, depending on how you are accessing Unimatic, you must then press the following keys in the following order:

If you are accessing from a computer in the domicile:

CTRL key u key(hold down CTRL first, then press 'U')

If you are accessing from a computer via home access:

screen shot of the MSgW area of the unimatic terminal window(hover your mouse over the red 'MsgW' and double-click)

Example of an IBSBDS

Example of an IBSBDS

Here's an example of an IBS for flight #979 LAX-MEX. There are 10 pages for this IBS. To see another page, tab to the SU and press ENTER.

Related Commands

DSLLOF Displays flight attendants on a specific ID number and date.
IBSBPR Prints an Inflight Briefing Sheet (IBS) on a Unimatic terminal.
IBSTAS Displays the IBS Auto-Start briefing locations.
WRKPOS Displays specific work positions throughout the ID.
DIS*38555 Displays the Onboard Service F/A Staffing Guidelines Index.

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