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Old 06-10-2022, 11:19 AM
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Old 07-10-2022, 08:46 AM
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Good luck on the interview, study the the packet and gouge that HR sends you. AviationInterviews.com is also a good source for study material, but be cautious on some of the answers, double check with references. Know what ACMI, TEM and CRM mean.

I am in the 767 pipeline now. We are on a 3 1/2 week break. Cut loose after systems, then back for a review week and the Oral. About 7 weeks for the sims is what my schedule shows. Looking at 4 months for initial training. But as was stated, we get min guarantee each month plus per diem while in MIami. Ticket home and back is also covered under the gateway program.
Wait so they sent you home as in expected you to vacate your room? Just curious as I am moving out of my apartment and would have to find housing somewhere if they "sent me home". Starting 767 on 2 Aug.
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Old 07-10-2022, 09:01 AM
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Wait so they sent you home as in expected you to vacate your room? Just curious as I am moving out of my apartment and would have to find housing somewhere if they "sent me home". Starting 767 on 2 Aug.
When we checked out in May for 3 weeks, yes, our reservations were closed out. We were rebooked a few days before our return. Shorter breaks, like 5-10 days between fixed base and full flight sims, folks are keeping their rooms. Perhaps the classes after me were handled differently. Best to ask your HR point of contact directly and request to keep your room.
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Old 07-10-2022, 10:33 AM
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Wait so they sent you home as in expected you to vacate your room? Just curious as I am moving out of my apartment and would have to find housing somewhere if they "sent me home". Starting 767 on 2 Aug.
I believe in such a case you would be allowed to remain in Miami, as mentioned contact your HR rep with this question.
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Old 07-10-2022, 11:05 AM
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Atlas is pretty good when it comes to situations like this. Talk to them and youíll be able to stay in your room
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Old 07-10-2022, 05:26 PM
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Wait so they sent you home as in expected you to vacate your room? Just curious as I am moving out of my apartment and would have to find housing somewhere if they "sent me home". Starting 767 on 2 Aug.
They will let you stay in the room, i know a lot of the guys in the 76 class that remained at the hotel
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Old 09-18-2022, 03:59 PM
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What's the gap between initial training and OE being scheduled? All fleet time lines if able.
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Old 09-18-2022, 08:40 PM
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What's the gap between initial training and OE being scheduled? All fleet time lines if able.
Not long on the 76. About 3 weeks between getting home and my first trip (scheduled, not yet flown). I wasn't even part of the last OE bid as I had two events to complete the first week of September. Scheduling just converted my final 12 days of the month to OE / R1 (because we owe 17) and I had a trip pop up.

I know one of the folks in my class who was on the bid has his days jam packed. He wound up with a little over two weeks off.
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What's the gap between initial training and OE being scheduled? All fleet time lines if able.
I'm on the 74, started training March 28th and left Miami on July 18th, had my first OE trip Aug 4th, then off until Aug 20th and i hit the line at the end of August.
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Old 09-26-2022, 02:50 PM
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Hi All! All the good info on here is really helpful, so thank you to everyone who participates in the information flow. I've gathered 747 training has been fairly backed up in the last couple of months. What is the status of this for the latest classes? Getting better / worse? How long after starting class are people being sent home and how long before they are back in MIA to finish up? Thank you!
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