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Excargodog
01-18-2019, 03:03 PM
From their new profile posted today:



>Apply with Atlas Air, Inc.

Contract became amendable September 2016.

>Apply with Atlas Air, Inc.

Atlas has filed a lawsuit against their pilots in regards to the merger and negotiation process.
On the labor negotiations front, and as the Union has already reported, both the Company and the Union have agreed on a protocol agreement that clears a path for direct negotiations for a single labor contract covering both Atlas and Southern crewmembers. The framework agreement is in place and will commence on July 6, 2017. We have dates set through the end of the year as we jointly work toward a successful contract.

.....And the reason I would want to work for a company that is suing its pilots is...?

And that has been stalling on a new contract since July 2017?



During training pay is $1600.00 per month plus per diem of $2.40 an hour until leaving MIA

Plan on 4 Months at $1600 a month, due to OE being backed up

First year pay begins upon completion of OE or four months from hire date, whichever occurs first.

First year Guarantee is only 50 hours.

All travel and hotels to and from your base is imputed and taxed on your monthly pay statements.

Average crewmember monthly imputed income total - $410. The tax impact is dependent on where the crewmember lives and the number of exemptions that they claim for withholding purposes. This program is voluntary and a benefit, crewmembers can opt out.

Monthly guarantee: 62 hours

Reserve guarantee: 62 hours


And the reason I would want to work for a company that pays me less than a regional pays a starting FO during training and during their first year is...? And not a heck of a lot more afterwards ...?

And please don't tell me it's for the hours of SIC time, because there aren't that many work hours, let alone FLYING and even those will need to be split with the OTHER FO(s) on the trip.

So what is supposed to attract me to Atlas?


Atlas Shrugged
01-18-2019, 03:44 PM
Big shiny jet...

Excargodog
01-18-2019, 03:59 PM
Big shiny jet...


He he. He he he...


WhiskeyKilo
01-18-2019, 04:31 PM
You couldn't have posted this in any of the five other Atlas threads?!?

CaptDave
01-18-2019, 08:31 PM
Good thing you copy/pasted that blurp when you did. The Atlas page updated today with ZERO QuickTake info.

JohnBurke
01-18-2019, 09:00 PM
Good thing you copy/pasted that blurp when you did. The Atlas page updated today with ZERO QuickTake info.

Scroll down. It's all found under pay notes.

CaptDave
01-18-2019, 10:36 PM
Ah. There it is.

121guy
01-20-2019, 01:41 AM
“Endless skies” how appropriate.

jetlagging
01-21-2019, 11:59 AM
MacKenzie and Jeff Bezos are fighting over how to split up their assets. Neither one wants the Airline, gonna be a bigger fight over the family dog.

http://www.visualcapitalist.com/jeff-bezos-empire-chart/

nitefr8dog
01-21-2019, 01:47 PM
MacKenzie and Jeff Bezos are fighting over how to split up their assets. Neither one wants the Airline, gonna be a bigger fight over the family dog.

http://www.visualcapitalist.com/jeff-bezos-empire-chart/
That should make it a whole lot easier since they don't have an airline.....just some warrants to purchase shares..and a bunch of leased buildings at airports.

jetlagging
01-21-2019, 03:20 PM
That should make it a whole lot easier since they don't have an airline.....just some warrants to purchase shares..and a bunch of leased buildings at airports.

And the most expensive tranny girlfriend ever :eek:

StandardBrief
01-22-2019, 08:55 AM
Minimums

Hold a current unrestricted ATP certificate with an airplane category multi-engine class rating and English proficiency endorsement
Have a minimum of 1500 hours of total time o Military conversion of .3 per sortie
Have a minimum of 500 hours of turbine time
Have a minimum of 1000 fixed wing or 500 hours with a 121 carrier


For those of you who think Atlas is a good deal, don't buy into it. I have friends who went there recently for some stupid reason. You young pilots need to fight the urge to fly a big jet and stick with a job that pays your bills, even if you're flying a small turboprop. Who cares what it is you're flying? You should be making over $100,000 in your first year to fly a 747/767. Pilots need to stick together. Stay away from Atlas until they figure out how to not be scumbags.

My friends who went there regret it, yet I don't feel sorry for them. The facts about Atlas are well known. If you go and get treated like garbage, it is your fault.

DC8DRIVER
01-22-2019, 09:48 AM
Minimums

Hold a current unrestricted ATP certificate with an airplane category multi-engine class rating and English proficiency endorsement
Have a minimum of 1500 hours of total time o Military conversion of .3 per sortie
Have a minimum of 500 hours of turbine time
Have a minimum of 1000 fixed wing or 500 hours with a 121 carrier


For those of you who think Atlas is a good deal, don't buy into it. I have friends who went there recently for some stupid reason. You young pilots need to fight the urge to fly a big jet and stick with a job that pays your bills, even if you're flying a small turboprop. Who cares what it is you're flying? You should be making over $100,000 in your first year to fly a 747/767. Pilots need to stick together. Stay away from Atlas until they figure out how to not be scumbags.

My friends who went there regret it, yet I don't feel sorry for them. The facts about Atlas are well known. If you go and get treated like garbage, it is your fault.


^^^^^^ Yup. Pretty much what he said. ^^^^^^^

atpcliff
01-22-2019, 06:34 PM
All travel and hotels to and from your base is imputed and taxed on your monthly pay statements.

Average crewmember monthly imputed income total - $410. The tax impact is dependent on where the crewmember lives and the number of exemptions that they claim for withholding purposes. This program is voluntary and a benefit, crewmembers can opt out.


If you have a question about Imputed Income (or anything else), feel free to PM me. Namaste...