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Flight Classification


A completed flight is classified as being Approved, Rejected or Diverted.

A flight is classified as being Completed when it was:
(1)  flown from a departure airport to an arrival airport, and,
(2)  documented by our ACARS-based Flight Data System.

The Company’s Landing Rate Standard is -600 fpm to 800 fpm.

Approved Rejected Diverted

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The criteria used to make that decision is as follows.

Approved Rejected Diverted

The criteria for an Approved flight are:

  • You completed a flight from your planned departure airport to your planned arrival airport;  and,

  • The Company’s Landing Rate Standard – a landing rate was between -600fpm and +800fpm – was achieved

All Points, Flight Hours and Pay are awarded.

 

The PIREP is posted to your Logbook as being Completed | Approved.

The criteria for a Rejected flight are:

  • The Company’s Landing Rate Standard – a landing rate between -600fpm and +800fpm – was exceeded; and/or,

  • Your flight time was 00:00 hours (premature landing); and/or,

  • You used more fuel than you left the airport with (in-flight refueling); and/or,

  • You did not fly with a Walker Air Transport livery.

No Points, Flight Hours or Pay are awarded.

 

The PIREP is posted to the your Logbook as being Completed | Rejected.

The criteria for a Diverted flight are:

  • You completed a flight from your planned departure airport to an unplanned arrival airport;  and,

  • The Company’s Landing Rate Standard – a landing rate was between -600fpm and +800fpm – was achieved.

All Points, Flight Hours and Pay are awarded.

 

If this occurs when flying a Tour leg, you will not be advanced to the next leg. The leg will have to be reflown.

 

The PIREP is posted to your Logbook as being Completed | Diverted.

If you think your flight was categorized incorrectly or you'd like to ask a question about it, submit a Help Ticket.