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Old 08-31-2011, 05:26 AM
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The First Year Pay on the B767 is $63.37 per hour with 50 hour guarantee. Training pay is $1200 per month. the pay scale for the B767 is 83.94% of the B747-400 pay scale.

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Old 08-31-2011, 06:50 AM
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Originally Posted by VF32TomCat View Post
The First Year Pay on the B767 is $63.37 per hour with 50 hour guarantee. Training pay is $1200 per month. the pay scale for the B767 is 83.94% of the B747-400 pay scale.

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Under new contract, 0 to 12 months pay has no correction for MTOW, so it will be $75 per hour, 50 hour guarantee, after training is complete.
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Old 08-31-2011, 08:55 AM
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Just a quick question to those of you that have come to Atlas from the passenger airlines. How have you adjusted to flying in the ACMI world at Atlas? I have been with the passenger airlines for nearly 20 years, and hoping to make the jump to Atlas. I would guess family issues would be at the top of that list, but I am more interested in job related issues since I am single and don't have any kids. Thanks.

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Old 08-31-2011, 09:26 AM
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Is the new contract viewable someplace online for the non-5Y folks?
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Old 08-31-2011, 09:36 AM
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Originally Posted by Whaledriver View Post
Under new contract, 0 to 12 months pay has no correction for MTOW, so it will be $75 per hour, 50 hour guarantee, after training is complete.
Any word on "seat locks" in the new CBA? I believe that somebody else mentioned that prior there was a 3 year freeze on switching equipment type. Which when there's only have one pay rate, not too complicated.

However, when new fleets with different pay rates get tossed into the equation, this could create problems.

Example, pilot A is hired into the 76 (lower rate), month later pilot B (junior to A) is hired into the 74 (higher rate). As you mention above, first year pay is the same, subsequent years could be different. If, and I'm just saying IF seat freeze language is there, the 2 following years the senior pilot on the 76 is being withheld from higher pay due to seat lock language. Like I said, IF there is some kind of seat freeze language resembling what was mentioned prior.

Seems as if most airlines ONLY enforce a seat freeze IF the pilot switches equipment type AFTER the new hire assignment as well as to a higher paying seat.
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Old 08-31-2011, 10:13 AM
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Originally Posted by OverspeedCowboy View Post
Is the new contract viewable someplace online for the non-5Y folks?
Nope...........
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Old 08-31-2011, 10:17 AM
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Originally Posted by xjtguy View Post
Any word on "seat locks" in the new CBA? I believe that somebody else mentioned that prior there was a 3 year freeze on switching equipment type. Which when there's only have one pay rate, not too complicated.
Three years for F/O's to bid F/O on another plane.
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Old 08-31-2011, 11:17 AM
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Hey all,

so I just took it, and it said "Status "P" but my mastery score was: 40.. I KNOW for a fact I got more than 40% of them correct! what does mastery score mean anyway, anyone know? I've seen guys getting 66 and some say 90.. lol
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Originally Posted by FailOperational View Post
Hey all,

so I just took it, and it said "Status "P" but my mastery score was: 40.. I KNOW for a fact I got more than 40% of them correct! what does mastery score mean anyway, anyone know? I've seen guys getting 66 and some say 90.. lol
This is a differant test than the folks that got 60's and 90's. A friend just got the call for an interview with a 40 on the test. I think they're up to revision 5.
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Originally Posted by Whaledriver View Post
This is a differant test than the folks that got 60's and 90's. A friend just got the call for an interview with a 40 on the test. I think they're up to revision 5.
sweet, thanks!

yes, rev 5.1..

Edit: With in two hours of emailing HR that I took the test, I was called in for interview! Yeah! Nothing can ruin my day today now!

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