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flyingdutchman1
06-30-2017, 05:23 AM
A friend of mine just got on at Alaska and is in need of a crashpad during training. Will need one for two months, possibly three until done with sims. She prefers an all female crashpad, but will consider a coed if she finds the right one.

Does anyone have any info on any crashpads? Feel free to PM me if necessary. Thanks in advance!


cal73
06-30-2017, 02:03 PM
A friend of mine just got on at Alaska and is in need of a crashpad during training. Will need one for two months, possibly three until done with sims. She prefers an all female crashpad, but will consider a coed if she finds the right one.



Does anyone have any info on any crashpads? Feel free to PM me if necessary. Thanks in advance!



Hotels not paid for during Alaska pilot training?
She's not moving to Seattle after being hired by Alaska? Wait. What?



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DangleDunlops
06-30-2017, 05:26 PM
A friend of mine just got on at Alaska and is in need of a crashpad during training. Will need one for two months, possibly three until done with sims. She prefers an all female crashpad, but will consider a coed if she finds the right one.

Does anyone have any info on any crashpads? Feel free to PM me if necessary. Thanks in advance!

There's a group of us looking high and low in Seattle's summer real estate market. It's not easy. And to answer any questions about Alaska reimbursing for accommodation, that's a no.

There are some listings on Alaska's employee webpage for crash pads, some female specific. Is this person in the July 17 class? If so, she already has the information I've referred to.


flyingdutchman1
06-30-2017, 06:23 PM
Hotels not paid for during Alaska pilot training?
She's not moving to Seattle after being hired by Alaska? Wait. What?



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Not sure if you are giving me a hard time or not, but she lives an hour and a half to two hour drive from Seattle, depending on traffic. She doesn't want to drive that every day for training and would rather spend the time studying. She only needs it for training and will be making the drive from home after that.

flyingdutchman1
06-30-2017, 06:28 PM
There's a group of us looking high and low in Seattle's summer real estate market. It's not easy. And to answer any questions about Alaska reimbursing for accommodation, that's a no.

There are some listings on Alaska's employee webpage for crash pads, some female specific. Is this person in the July 17 class? If so, she already has the information I've referred to.

She is in the July 17th class and did get all the information. She actually found one this afternoon, so it worked out. I also live in the Pacific Northwest, if anyone needs suggestions on affordable housing feel free to ask. It does exist, but you have to be willing to drive an hour or two.

AirCav
08-20-2017, 11:41 PM
I have a detached studio apartment on my property next to my house in Gig Harbor and I am looking at Renting it for someone sitting reserve. Not sure where you guys post these kind of crash pad possibilities.