Airline Pilot Forums

Airline Pilot Forums was designed to be a community where working airline pilots can share ideas and information about the aviation field. In the forum you will find information about major and regional airline carriers, career training, interview and job seeker help, finance, and living the airline pilot lifestyle.




GoJet Recruiter
03-26-2018, 07:27 PM
I am so sorry for your job loss with zero notice it was shocking to read tonight. I've been working with our recruiting team to do all we can for any pilots that are interested in coming to work for us. We have recruiters that live in PHX, I can be in the Denver area easily and we can have a recruiter hop over and interview you in LAX. We are open to ideas to help you all out quickly.

Private message me and will get you squared away. We are working on additional ways to make a transition easier for you. Please let me know what you need.

We will do all we can to get you into a class in April.

What we can offer you right now:

​BONUS OPPORTUNITIES

$26,000 First Officer Bonus
All new hire First Officers are eligible for a $26,000 New Hire bonus, paid over one year.

$15,000 Direct Entry Captain bonus, paid out over one year.

ADDITIONAL $5,000 AIR CARRIER EXPERIENCE MATCH BONUS (yes you will qualify for this)
Current and qualified pilots from any scheduled US or international air carrier are eligible for an additional $5,000 bonus. Pilots receiving this bonus may also:

Carryover longevity from another carrier at a rate of 1:1 (for example, a pilot with two years of longevity at another carrier would start at GoJet with two years of longevity this is pay and vacation)
Earn up to 6 months early seniority (Come to one day of Indoc training, receive a seniority number, and then be placed on personal leave for a maximum of 180 days)


GoJet Recruiter
03-27-2018, 04:38 AM
***comment deleted by moderator***

I'm trying to help some fellow pilots who are getting a bad deal keep a paycheck and provide for their families.

usmc-sgt
03-27-2018, 04:42 AM
I'm trying to help some fellow pilots who are getting a bad deal keep a paycheck and provide for their families.

MOD NOTE-
Unless you have something of value to add to this, refrain from commenting. The recruiter is working hard to offer a viable option to get some pilots off the street ASAP.


sflpilot
03-27-2018, 11:08 AM
For all GLA pilots in case youíre not aware and donít want to become permanent commuters or move. For those of you in PHX options are Compass and Mesa. For those in DEN options are Trans States, GoJet and SkyWest.

sflpilot
03-27-2018, 12:51 PM
For all GLA pilots in case youíre not aware and donít want to become permanent commuters or move. For those of you in PHX options are Compass and Mesa. For those in DEN options are Trans States, GoJet and SkyWest.
Forgot PHX Skywest also.

Baja Boy
03-27-2018, 01:17 PM
For all GLA pilots in case youíre not aware and donít want to become permanent commuters or move. For those of you in PHX options are Compass and Mesa. For those in DEN options are Trans States, GoJet and SkyWest.

Forgot PHX Skywest also.

Empire Airlines operates the FedEx Feeder out of PHX and offers Home Based options.

CaYaTeKbron
03-29-2018, 08:14 AM
Best of luck guys...there’r plenty of opportunities, many of us were in your position, best of luck !!!
Apply Apply Apply

Packrat
03-29-2018, 12:53 PM
EMB-120 opportunities flying freight out of LRD. Everts Air Cargo (http://www.evertsair.com) for details.

rickair7777
03-29-2018, 07:01 PM
EMB-120 opportunities flying freight out of LRD. Everts Air Cargo (http://www.evertsair.com) for details.

I'd stay away from the EMB-120 if you can. Questionable parts availability and there are some "Jesus Bolts" on that thing. That plane has a lot of Air Crash Investigation episodes... far more than other fleets of that small size.

kansas
03-29-2018, 08:00 PM
I'd stay away from the EMB-120 if you can. Questionable parts availability and there are some "Jesus Bolts" on that thing. That plane has a lot of Air Crash Investigation episodes... far more than other fleets of that small size.

You are telling this to people that likely already flew the Brasilia at Lakes, why?

Whether it has Jesus bolts, Buddha bolts, or no bolts...a Laker can fly anything that has wings. 🙂

Eagle06
03-29-2018, 08:39 PM
You are telling this to people that likely already flew the Brasilia at Lakes, why?

Whether it has Jesus bolts, Buddha bolts, or no bolts...a Laker can fly anything that has wings. 🙂

You need more Piaggio time ;)


Best of luck to the now ex Lakers

mike sierra
03-30-2018, 04:36 AM
I'd stay away from the EMB-120 if you can. Questionable parts availability and there are some "Jesus Bolts" on that thing. That plane has a lot of Air Crash Investigation episodes... far more than other fleets of that small size.

I'm going to disagree. The airplane sold a lot and was operated y some shaddy operators.

Despite the ASA accidents I believe most of them were caused by maintence/crew error

rickair7777
03-30-2018, 05:49 PM
You are telling this to people that likely already flew the Brasilia at Lakes, why?

Whether it has Jesus bolts, Buddha bolts, or no bolts...a Laker can fly anything that has wings. ��

The Bro doesn't fly period if the prop hubs fail mechanically. SKW got rid of them very suddenly when parts quality became problematic. I personally saw some very scary looking hub parts, from several planes. At least one or two were minutes or seconds away from another air crash investigation episode. One that landed at SFO would have not survived a go-around. The phaseout was announced within a few weeks of that one.

Maybe other operators have access to better parts or mx than SKW.

If you get prop vibration, land asap. If you see oil leaking from the hub, don't take the plane until mx has verified prop free play. Good luck.

DarkSideMoon
04-02-2018, 03:29 PM
The Bro doesn't fly period if the prop hubs fail mechanically. SKW got rid of them very suddenly when parts quality became problematic. I personally saw some very scary looking hub parts, from several planes. At least one or two were minutes or seconds away from another air crash investigation episode. One that landed at SFO would have not survived a go-around. The phaseout was announced within a few weeks of that one.

Maybe other operators have access to better parts or mx than SKW.

If you get prop vibration, land asap. If you see oil leaking from the hub, don't take the plane until mx has verified prop free play. Good luck.
They don't call it the Brakillya for nothing.



Search Engine Optimization by vBSEO 3.6.1