Before you can get started, you need to configure the system.
You must make a unique complement name for each composition type you want to use.
In the example, we have a Cabin Crew composition of one Chief Cabin and three cabin crew.
- Check C - Cabin crew and Cockpit crew checkbox of one Captain and one First Officer.
- Check the P - Pilots checkbox.
Note: You must have HR filters for CP, FO,CC, CA, or equivalent to what you use in your Company setup.
Create a leg filter that matches the flights to where you want to use the composition.
Sort order: If you have many filters for the same Aircraft, the sort order can be important.
Leg Complement Rule
You need to make a Leg Complement Rule for each Crew Complement and link it to a leg filter.
In this example, it has been set to 50 and 60; but it is important that you have a Leg complement rule with a lower priority that covers both Cabin and Cockpit.
In this example, Single Crew will pick up the composition for A320. This is one Captain, one First Officer, one Chief Cabin, and three Cabin attendants.
Before you create the pairing, you must decide which pairing mode you should use.
Note: If you select ANY, the pairing name will start with an "F".
Normally, you do not need to change complements.
DO NOT CHANGE Legs Complements unless you really need to as it will change the complement for the leg. If you change it to Cabin only, you will be unable to make Cockpit pairings.
Click the Next button then the Submit button.
- Right-click the pairing and select the Copy button.
- Select Copy or Rollout.
- Select Pairing Mode: Cabin Crew.
- Uncheck the CopyOnlyInFuture checkbox.
- Change the Date so it start on the day of the pairing you are copying from. Note: If the paring you copy from is inside the Rollout period, it will create a duplicate paring that you need to delete.
- Select the Run button.
New pairings created
A new pairing is created with the name starting with C and Composition CC1 and CA3.
Do the same for the Cockpit. A new pairing is created with the name starting with P and Composition CP1 and FO1.
Note: The Pairing you copied from now appears as a duplicate and should be deleted. You must refresh the screen to the covered color on the legs.
To find the pairings that are created from a leg, you right-click the leg and click the Sele. button.
The pairings that are covered by the leg will be marked in the left side of the Gantt and elevated to the top.