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Bases

 
 
To specify the crew bases that a crew member can be allocated.
 
This window displays the current list of defined bases. To locate an existing base enter the name (or partial name) in the dialogue box and select Search. All matching results will be displayed.
 
 

Create New Base

 
Select the NEW radio button to create a new base. The following window is displayed.
Name: 
Mandatory free text in the dialogue box (max 100 characters).
Short Code:
Mandatory. short code for the base (max 5 characters).
Active: 
if the base is to be used.
Base Type: 
select HUB (network planning) or HUMAN RESOURCE (crew planning).
Parent Base: 
If the base has a connection to a Parent Base select the appropriate option from the drop down list.
Mandatory for HUB
Station: 
Select the 3 letter IATA code for the station that the base refers to and select a Valid From and Valid To date. Once these parameters are defined select the Add button. Further IATA station codes can be added
 
 
Once the parameters are defined, select the SAVE radio button and the information is committed to the database and the new entry will appear in the existing list of items. To discard a new item prior to save select the Cancel radio button and the information will be removed and the window closed.

Twin Bases:

This concept is used for open times and trip trade.

Do not mix it with the built in 

TWIN

/

KIN 

concept.

 
User right Twinbase should be enabled to see this dialogue.
 
When twinbase user right is set a double "Bases icon" will appear when opening a base dialogue. 
Click it and add other bases that crew can pick up from. One, several or all bases can be added. If there is a need to toggle this at some point it is possible to just remove a twin base and not allow crew with one base pickup from another base. 

HUB:

 

The Base is used for 

aircrafts

.

 

Select the Base type "HUB" , Parent base and Shortcode.

Dual Base:

 

Another way to use "twin bases" is to create a rule with two or more stations.

 

This setup allow the crew to operate from both airports. N-OC will not complain about missing transport or station conflict.

 

However, this concept should only be used if the pairing concept is that the pairing always return to to originating station.

 
 
 
 

Edit Existing Base

 
Once a base is added to the list it can be amended using the following procedure.
Indicate the base (s) to be amended by selecting the tick box to the left of the base name and select the Edit radio button. The base details will appear in a new window and can be edited as required. If more than one base is selected then each item will appear in a separate window and can be edited in turn. Once the required amendments have been made select the Save radio button to commit the changes to the database.
 

Copy Existing Base

 
A base can be copied to create a new base using the following procedure.
Indicate the base that is to be copied by selecting the tick box to the left of the document name and select the Copy radio button. The EDIT dialogue window is displayed and the new parameters can be entered. Once the parameters have been defined select the Save radio button to commit the changes to the database. The changes can be discarded by selecting the Cancel radio button and the parameters will not be committed to the database.
 

Delete Existing Base

 
Bases that are no longer required can be deleted using the following procedure.
Indicate the base that is to be copied by selecting the tick box to the left of the document name and select the Delete radio button. The base is removed from the database and is no longer visible in the list of available types.
 

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