Originally Posted by p1ayn
[/b]I agree with most points you mentioned however one does not need to hang around the crew room for aggravation and frustration.
Its the fact we have had 4 CEO's in 5 years all promising nothing but lies and their ability to move on once mission accomplished. In 5 years I have seen QOL and trips go down the toilet. Hotels have been relocated, payfreezes and paycuts. Downsizing of the fleet while others grow. No vision or direction in this company for these last few years with the lowest morale possibly since the strike. Many who have been here through the turmoil, meaning at least 7 years have a right to be frustrated and angered when everything fought for has not only been taken away but in a sense made worse by being slapped in the face by DL Management. Notice i say management not the pilot group. Comair is not even a shadow of what it used to be, that being said, the tenacity of our pilot group from the past (what is left) still provides a glimmer of hope for our future. Things may not be seem that bad for new pilots hired within the last 2 years or so but those that have withstood the wrath and uncertainty for the last 7 years and longer, I tip my hat for hanging in there.
This is my 2nd airline. Trust me when I say that things are not that bad here. I have been here at Comair long enough to know its proud history and while Comair today certainly does not resemble the Comair I started with a few years ago, all in all it really isn't that bad of a place to work. If things are that bad, nothing is stopping you from leaving. Not trying to flame, just stating a fact.