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DC 3
08-10-2017, 05:57 PM
Hello all,

Looking for some up to date info on Susi air

Specifically:
- 1st year FO pay
- Scheduling- still 3 weeks on/ 1 off?
- What are some competitive minimums- on their website they list 250 TT absolute minimum with 750 TT preferable. Which end of the scale are they currently hiring people at?
- How are working conditions right now? Employee morale etc.

Thanks
~ Three


kbay hombre
08-10-2017, 09:12 PM
Hello all,

Looking for some up to date info on Susi air

Specifically:
- 1st year FO pay
- Scheduling- still 3 weeks on/ 1 off?
- What are some competitive minimums- on their website they list 250 TT absolute minimum with 750 TT preferable. Which end of the scale are they currently hiring people at?
- How are working conditions right now? Employee morale etc.

Thanks
~ Three

Not to be a downer but you might also want to ask over on pprune. Most of the guys on here are Americans and pprune has more of the types that fly in Indo, especially the Brits/Aussies/Kiwis that are the majority of Susi pilots.

Subieguy14
08-12-2017, 11:18 AM
Not to be a downer but you might also want to ask over on pprune. Most of the guys on here are Americans and pprune has more of the types that fly in Indo, especially the Brits/Aussies/Kiwis that are the majority of Susi pilots.

I second this. Also, have you watched the worst place to be a pilot on youtube yet? i suggest watching that series before you go over there just to get an idea of the area.


StaffAvi8r
10-11-2017, 01:30 PM
I second this. Also, have you watched the worst place to be a pilot on youtube yet? i suggest watching that series before you go over there just to get an idea of the area.

The "Worst Place to be a Pilot" documentary is what made me consider applying to Susi. If I didn't feel like it would be such a career gamble to not jump on the current US hiring wave, I would do it in a second. Last a saw on Pprune, people are saying QOL there isn't what it used to be. Oh and the one guy on the documentary got malaria, so that's a big consideration.



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