Criteria Definition

The table below lists each type of Criteria and their definition. This information can also be obtained by clicking the Show/Hide Tips button in the Smart Trade List, Smart Pick List, and Notification dialog box.

Criteria

Definition

All Nighter

An All Nighter is defined as a trip with at least one segment that operates between 0230 and 0329 domicile time.
Example: To exclude all ID's that contain at least one all night segment, select: is "No".

Arrival Time

Select the time or time range for the arrival time of the last trip segment (deadhead or flying) for all matched trips.
Example: If you select is on or before and 12:00, only trips for which the last segment arrives between midnight and 12:00 pm (noon) will be matched.

Average Hours Per Day

Specify the quantifier and amount of average HARD hours per day for all matched trips. Remember this ratio is only an average and it is for hrs/day, not hrs/duty period.
Example: If you select is less than and 4, only trips that average less than 4 hours hard time per day will be matched.

Away Time
(Notification and Smart Pickup Criteria ONLY)

Specify the quantifier and amount of time away from base (TAFB) you desire for all matched trips.
Example: If you select is greater than and 48:00, only trips that have a minimum TAFB of 48:01 will be matched.

Bunkie
(Notification and Smart Pickup Criteria ONLY)

A Bunkie ID is defined as an augmented trip assigned to a non-flying pilot. These are typically coded within the ID range of 300 to 499 so that is what is used to determine if a trip is a Bunkie ID. Warning: Because of limitations in UAL's trip details, it is not always possible to determine Bunkie status for ID's created after bidding begins.
Example: To exclude all Bunkie ID's, select: is "No".

Charter

A Charter is defined as a trip with at least one segment that has a flight number between 8000 and 9999.
Example: To include all charter trips, select: is "Yes".

Days (Total)

Select the total number of days you wish to trade into for this trade, not the entire month. Note: This item is set by default to the same length as in Days (Trip Length) when this is qualifier is selected regardless of whether it is shown because it is a required field in SkyNet. Only change it if you desire to trade into multiple trips in the same trade. In that case, all permeations of matching trips will not be displayed as that is beyond the scope of this application.
Example: If you wish to trade into two 1-Day ID's for a given trade, you should select 1 for Days (Trip Length) and select 2 for Days (Total).

Deadhead
(Notification and Smart Pickup Criteria ONLY)

Specify the quantifier and whether first segment, last segment or any segment Deadheads should be matched.
Example: If you select includes and first segment, only trips that have the first segment as a Deadhead will be matched.

Departure Airport

For domiciles with more than one departure airport, select qualifier and desired airport.
Example: Select is not and OAK to avoid trips departing out of Oakland.

Departure Time

Select the time or time range for the departure time of the first trip segment (deadhead or flying) for all matched trips.
Example: If you select is on or after and 12:00, only trips for which the first segment departs between 12:00 pm (noon) and 11:59 pm will be matched.

Duty Period
(Notification and Smart Pickup Criteria ONLY)

Select the total number of duty periods to be included for matched trips.
Example: Selecting is less than and 3 for Duty Periods will only match trips with 1 or 2 duty periods.

Duty Time
(Notification and Smart Pickup Criteria ONLY)

Specify the quantifier and amount of Duty Time you desire for all matched trips. Duty time includes flight time, deadhead time, prebrief and debrief time.
Example: If you select is less than and 8:00, only trips with 7:59 or less Duty Time will be matched.

Equipment
(Notification and Smart Pickup Criteria ONLY)

Specify the qualifier and equipment type you desire for all matched trips.
Example: If you select excludes and 757, only trips that have no 757 segments will be matched.

Hard Time

Specify the quantifier and amount of hard time you desire for all matched trips.
Example: If you select is greater than and 10:00, only trips that have a minimum hard time of 10:01 will be matched.

ID

Specify a specific ID number or range of ID's as desired. Only trips matching that ID or range of ID's will be matched.
Example: If you select is not in the range and 300 to 499, only trips not between 300 and 499 will be matched. This could be used to exclude most Bunkie trips

International Theater

Specify the qualifier and international theater you desire for all matched trips.
Note: Domestic and International Charters are not selectable in SkyNet but will show up as an 'Intl' code of C and I respectively in the trips list display.
Example: If you select is and Hawaii, only trips with an Intl code of H or O (augmented Hawaii) will be matched.

Layover City

Specify the qualifier and layover city you desire for all matched trips.
Example: If you select includes and BOI, only trips that include at least one layover in Boise will be matched.

Layover Length

Specify the quantifier and desired layover length for EVERY layover in your matched trips.
Note: This option should probably be avoided unless you desire trips with only two segments since few trips have identical layover lengths.
Example: If you select is less than and 15:00, only trips with all layovers less than 15 hours will be matched.

Layover Start Time

Specify the quantifier and desired layover start time for EVERY layover in your matched trips.
Note: Be sure to account for debrief time because this criterion will only match trips where you are completely free from duty. This option should probably be avoided unless you desire trips with only two segments since few trips have identical layover start times.
Example: If you select is before and 20:00, only trips with all layovers beginning before 8 pm local time will be matched. So, a domestic trip must arrive by 7:45 pm local and an international trip must arrive by 7:30 pm local to be matched.

PC Fill-in
(Notification and Smart Pickup Criteria ONLY)

A PC Fill-In is an ID comprising of a deadhead two and from DEN to fill in for a PC or PT. These ID's have 0:00 hard time.
Example: To exclude all PC Fill-In's, select: is "No".

Pay Time

Specify the quantifier and amount of pay time you desire for all matched trips.
Example: If you select “is greater than” and “10:00”, only trips that have a minimum pay time of 10:01 will be matched.

Per Diem Day
(Notification and Smart Pickup Criteria ONLY)

Specify the quantifier and amount of Per Diem Pay you desire for all matched trips.
Example: If you select is greater than and 100.00, only trips that have a minimum $100.01 Per Diem Pay will be matched.

Segments Per Duty Period

Specify the quantifier and number of segments per duty period for all matched trips. EVERY duty period of the trip must meet to be considered a match.
Example: If you select is less than and 4, only trips that have 3 or less segments in every duty period will be matched.

Sit Length
(Notification and Smart Pickup Criteria ONLY)

Specify the quantifier and desired length for airport sits in your matched trips. Selecting is less than or is less than or equal to will return trips with at least one sit of that length. All other quantifier selections will return trips matching all sits of that length.
Example: If you select is less than and 2:00, only trips with all sits less than 2 hours will be matched.

Soft Time
(Notification and Smart Pickup Criteria ONLY)

Specify the quantifier and amount of soft time you desire for all matched trips. Soft time is the difference between pay time and hard time.
Example: If you select is greater than and 3:00, only trips that have a minimum of 3:01 more pay time than hard time will be matched.

Turn City
(Notification and Smart Pickup Criteria ONLY)

Specify the qualifier and 'Turn City' you desire for all matched trips. A Turn City is a layover of less than 9 hours.
Example: If you select exclude and ORD, only trips that avoid ORD will be matched. A trip with a layover of more than 9 hours in ORD would, however, still be returned as a match.