Instrument flying. Airline flying is all instruments, even in clear weather.
Very few pilots will change bases for $5 an hour. Only a few more will endure a training cycle for $5 an hour. IMHO.
Mention it to the company and to the union too. You saying something is the only way they will know.
You stuck at home KW? ;-)
Interesting paper. Thanks for posting.
Answer: you only think you answered all 150 questions exactly the same a year later. Next question.
Bummer. Honestly I was recently wondering if anyone was selling these as they jetted off (get it?) to new companies that don't wear Perone...
I just think this is worth quoting one more time, because he has the right perspective on how this is likely to shake out, IMHO.
The way i read his post, I think hou757 volunteered for the hotel committee too.
Hmm, their insurance is cheaper and "almost" the same. Yes, I wonder how that works.
I asked a nurse friend for the same thing and she recommended Dr James Hodges at the Memorial Hermann Center in Town Center. I haven't been to...
This is why the Crackpipe DEMANDS a LIKE button. :grin:
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Wow, I can almost see the blood coming out your eyes (or as Trump would say, "wherever"). Thanks for making my day.
You can each decide if you wish to bet your career on "most likely".
So you can hold ERJ CA before completing FO training? Why aren't the current pilots bidding the jet? There can't be that many CA positions since...
For those who missed the chart detail, this is a chart from 2013. Red Baron is saying this was all carefully explained and predicted three years...
Jees, doesn't anyone on this board get tired of being wrong?
No? OK, keep posting guys. :roll:
Likely a small pay raise with no concessions. Don't overthink it. Vote for a pay raise.
Longhorne is just about the last reason to read the Crackpipe. Otherwise it's just bitter people reposting the same stuff time and time again....
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