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Mundergun
02-12-2019, 06:07 PM
Iím curious what a typical monthly bid would look like? Mainly to see how commutable it would be! Would be really tough with a bunch of day trips and whatnot as opposed to longer pairings


phrogpi
02-19-2019, 05:16 PM
As new guy on reserve....10 days off on a 30 day month...11 days off on a 31 day month. Normally 5 days reserve followed by 2 days off. One 4 day inviolate period. Tough to commute on reserve schedule. Usually can hold a line after 4-6 months. Worst lines have 12 or 13 days off....usually 4-5 day trips. PM me I'll send you a sample bid packet.

airplaneit
02-24-2019, 12:29 PM
I'm a Sept 2016 hire. It took me a year to get off reserve. Other than a vacation build-up line in December 2017 (Oh, I guess it took a little more than a year to get off reserve).


phrogpi
02-24-2019, 07:37 PM
Flew with a new guy today....July new hire, finished IOE in Sept. Held a 90 hour vacation relief line in Feb. Guess it's hard to tell.