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    In October the ERJ side lost 25 pilots and CRJ side 96 pilots (net). Total 121.

    Change from September where ERJ lost 29 total and CRJ 63 (net). Total 92.

    Change from August where ERJ lost 16 total and CRJ 47 (net). Total 63.

    This is so strange... don't they know we have an amazing bonus and retention package?!

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    The CPP, duh.
    Defeated/disgruntled lifer......
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    Yeah, but, newhires! Iím sure the training center is flooded with them.

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    Last edited by Read-Only; 11-03-2017 at 12:27 PM.
    Soon to be retired.
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    Shake it off shake it off....

    Defeated/disgruntled lifer......
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    Makes sense. If you don't pass the Hogan or the interview why wait another year? Allegiant, Frontier and Spirit are hiring. It's much better than staying here.

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    Exactly. CPP is actually hurting United, XJT, Commutair, and Wisconsin. Why continue flying or even apply to a UA Express carrier?
    Last edited by autopilot; 11-13-2017 at 08:34 AM.
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    If you didn't do well with CPP requirements, you were likely not going to do well with actually having to compete for interview, and then have the addition of a technical component to the interview. CPP isn't hurting anything vs what we had before. What is amazing is the speed at which CRJ guys are attriding to other Delta carriers.
    The views expressed here, although possibly misguided but well intentioned, are my own and do not represent ExpressJet policy or procedure in any official capacity.
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    Alaska/Virgin America

    Plan to hire 400 pilots in 2018.

    Alaska Airlines pilot application window opens for ten days starting Monday November 13, 2017.

    Have been continuously hiring for the past 5 years. System only accepts new resumes to be reviewed during open application windows.

    2,000 hours total flight time in a fixed wing aircraft, or 1,200 hours total flight time in a high-performance military aircraft.

    Half of rotor-wing flight time up to 1,000 hours may be counted toward total flight time.

    1,000 hours of multi-engine turbine Pilot-in-Command (PIC) is preferred.

    A college degree preferred, but no longer required.

    Career page: http://alaskaair.jobs/jobs/

    New Pay Rates:

    Year 1: 87
    Year 2: 122

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    Boy, the guys in ATL will really be lopping each other off at the knees for a chance at that...

    We’ll see more attrition to SWA before June 2018 than we’ll see to Alaska, over say... forever.
    Last edited by Zero-G; 11-14-2017 at 09:00 PM.
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