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Old 06-12-2019, 09:22 PM   #21  
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Every successful aviation marriage relies on luck. People's desires and wants change. No two marriages are alike.
I completely diagree with your first statement. I agree with your second and third though.

If you rely on luck for who you marry and making the marriage work (aviation related or not), amen to that marriage.
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Old 06-12-2019, 11:34 PM   #22  
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Hey ll17ll,

I know you're just starting out, but going from 0-60 is hard enough, and wondering if you'll get holidays off should be your least worries. But, to answer your question, for the most part, junior pilots, regardless of cargo or passenger, or smaller entry level airlines, or majors, the odds are you will have to work over holidays at least your first couple of years. If you're young, and have the means, you're getting in at a great time right now. Good luck with your flight training, and have FUN!
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Old 06-16-2019, 03:11 PM   #23  
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Hey ll17ll,

I know you're just starting out, but going from 0-60 is hard enough, and wondering if you'll get holidays off should be your least worries. But, to answer your question, for the most part, junior pilots, regardless of cargo or passenger, or smaller entry level airlines, or majors, the odds are you will have to work over holidays at least your first couple of years. If you're young, and have the means, you're getting in at a great time right now. Good luck with your flight training, and have FUN!
Just wanted to say thanks 727CA. I'm in a similar boat as the 17 and have definately been wondering the same things.
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