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Jutt518
01-12-2019, 04:01 PM
Anyone know what most new hires are getting? Trying to decide what regional would be best chance to get to Atlanta quickest. Thanks


NovemberBravo
01-12-2019, 04:49 PM
We donít have an ATL base and arenít getting one.

Talladega8790
01-12-2019, 05:11 PM
1) Endeavor
2) Skywest
3) Republic: On Jan 9,19 DAL announced ATL-HHH (Hilton Head) via Republic E170. Indications of adding an ATL base in the future.


tonsterboy5
01-12-2019, 05:20 PM
1) Endeavor
2) Skywest
3) Republic: On Jan 9,19 DAL announced ATL-HHH (Hilton Head) via Republic E170. Indications of adding an ATL base in the future.

So for someone looking for atl now the only option on your list is Skywest. Republic doesnít have ATL and isnít hiring, endeavor isnít hiring

calmwinds
01-12-2019, 07:07 PM
So for someone looking for atl now the only option on your list is Skywest. Republic doesnít have ATL and isnít hiring, endeavor isnít hiring

Yes, SkyWest is the only option for ATL and only on the CRJ. Right now, 3 months after doh you will hold ATL as an FO. It currently takes 14 months seniority to upgrade there.

TimetoClimb
01-13-2019, 07:46 AM
Yes, SkyWest is the only option for ATL and only on the CRJ. Right now, 3 months after doh you will hold ATL as an FO. It currently takes 14 months seniority to upgrade there.

More like 24-28 months for upgrade. A few slid in as basically street hires over a yr ago but the CA side standing bid list is full now.