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Old 08-17-2016, 11:01 AM
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Originally Posted by Falcondrivr
Would any Atlas guys post their schedule for say, the last 3 or 4 months, along with seniority and seat?
junior seniority HSV
Two Patterns ago:
Gone from home 8 days, two operating legs, bunch of airline and Atlas DH legs. Europe, Asia.

Last Pattern:
Gone 18 days, lots of operating legs.
Overnights:
HSV-1 night
LGG-1 night
NBO-4 nights
AMS-1 night
HKG-1 night
ICN-1 night
AUH-1 night
HKG-1 night
ANC-1 night

Next Pattern:
Gone 7 days. CVG-ICN-PVG-ANC-CVG.
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Old 08-17-2016, 12:13 PM
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Junior pattern...

Off 102 days waiting on OE on min pay...
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Old 08-17-2016, 03:10 PM
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Senior F/O - August: Operate ORD-HNL, DH home. Vacation is a wonderful thing. Would be better if taking vacation didn't pull you down to guarantee.
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Old 08-18-2016, 08:29 AM
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Is it true that if you haven't broken the monthly guarantee you get paid by the rig ? (4.85 /day)

Does this trump the monthly guarantee of 50 hrs in the first year ?

To make things a bit clear, say I was gone for 17 days but flew 30 hrs only.

Do I get paid 50 hrs or (174.85) hrs for that month ?

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Old 08-18-2016, 08:32 AM
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Originally Posted by seattlepilot View Post
Is it true that if you haven't broken the monthly guarantee you get paid by the rig ? (4.85 /day)

Does this trump the monthly guarantee of 50 hrs in the first year ?

To make things a bit clear, say I was gone for 17 days but flew 30 hrs only.

Do I get paid 50 hrs or (174.85) hrs for that month ?

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You get paid the greater of Credit, Rig, of Guarantee. So in your example you would be paid on Rig or 4.95 hours for each hour you were away from base (That's very generic definition, but it is the gist.)
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Old 08-18-2016, 08:38 AM
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Originally Posted by seattlepilot View Post
Is it true that if you haven't broken the monthly guarantee you get paid by the rig ? (4.85 /day)

Does this trump the monthly guarantee of 50 hrs in the first year ?

To make things a bit clear, say I was gone for 17 days but flew 30 hrs only.

Do I get paid 50 hrs or (174.85) hrs for that month ?

Thanks

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(17x4.85) is what you will get paid; but, because of the start times and end times, (start day and end day being half days for example) you'd more realistically be looking at 16 days worth of pay, so, a little over 77 hours is what you would be paid for the month in that scenario.
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Old 08-18-2016, 08:49 AM
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Originally Posted by Elusive Napkin View Post
You get paid the greater of Credit, Rig, of Guarantee. So in your example you would be paid on Rig or 4.95 hours for each hour you were away from base (That's very generic definition, but it is the gist.)
Let's be real. No one ever breaks rig. It's happened before but the exception not the rule. You are a salaried employee at 4.85 a day. End of story.
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Old 08-18-2016, 10:01 AM
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767 - sit R2 someplace then get sent home early for unpaid R1 and make guarantee, never break the incredibly low guarantee. Enjoy your worst pay in the industry! Tada!
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Old 08-18-2016, 12:58 PM
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The rig is TAFB (in hours)/4.95. Below is an example of a line with a single 15 day trip. The CRT (at the bottom) pays 69.43 hours.

Crew Route Statistics
Block Time : 23:30 DH Hours : 45:30 Required Rest : 67:40 hours
Duty Time : 108:40 Night Hours : 2:00 Next Posble Duty : Sat01Oct at 11:00
FDP : 45:30 TAFB : 343:35 (14 days & 7:35 hours
Credit Hours : 39.45 Crew Complement : 1CA 1FO
CRT Rig : 69.43
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Old 08-18-2016, 06:20 PM
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Originally Posted by Whiplash6 View Post
Let's be real. No one ever breaks rig. It's happened before but the exception not the rule. You are a salaried employee at 4.85 a day. End of story.
I've worked at Atlas for almost 5 years and have broken for hours twice. One was on a prorated guarantee due to Mil leave. This statement is very true. Atlas's scheduling is way too inefficient to schedule pilots for more than 75 hours in 17 days.
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