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Old 03-21-2021, 09:52 AM   #341  
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What kind of time are people getting hired on with these days?
The last class had everything from 2000TT Regional FOs to people with thousands of PIC hours on the 767.
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Old 03-27-2021, 12:58 PM   #342  
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Anyone interviewing April 1st? I'm landing in CVG 5:30pm the evening prior and will have a rental car to get us to the interview and back.
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Old 04-03-2021, 08:32 AM   #343  
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Can anyone tell me how the different types of reserve schedules work such as regular reserve, open reserve and hot reserve? Other than ďhot reserveĒ do you spend time at home till they call you in or are you sitting in different cities?
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Old 04-03-2021, 02:58 PM   #344  
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Can anyone tell me how the different types of reserve schedules work such as regular reserve, open reserve and hot reserve? Other than ďhot reserveĒ do you spend time at home till they call you in or are you sitting in different cities?

HOT RSV is currently spent in a hotel room near the airport. There is language that specifies a shorter call out time if your actually at the airfield but presently all HOT crews spend the day in a hotel room. HOT Is only an 8 hour window all other RSV is a 12 hour window
A hard RSV line is 16 days on and 12 days off. On the large bid packet (56 days) the blocks can be broken up into a block of 16 and two 8 day blocks. On these lines you usually stay at home until they need you at which point once your out they almost always keep you out till the end of your line. Sometimes they do bring you out and sit you in a hotel somewhere to start.
Open RSV you basically sit at home and have to be available all 28 or 56 days of the bid. Once they call you out you start to accrue 3/4 of a day off for every day worked. i.e if you are out 16 days you get 12 days off. After 16 days out you start to accrue 1 day off for each additional day out. They tend to use these crews last (Iíve heard) and on the more fun flying that doesnít necessarily follow majority of (amazon) lines. There is no limit (other than the start of the next bid) as to how long they can keep you out. Generally they donít like to give out the 1 for 1 days so itís usually less that 16. Basically canít plan anything for the whole bid so not ideal for families or people who like to make plans but you can get more time off and better trips


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HOT RSV is currently spent in a hotel room near the airport. There is language that specifies a shorter call out time if your actually at the airfield but presently all HOT crews spend the day in a hotel room. HOT Is only an 8 hour window all other RSV is a 12 hour window
A hard RSV line is 16 days on and 12 days off. On the large bid packet (56 days) the blocks can be broken up into a block of 16 and two 8 day blocks. On these lines you usually stay at home until they need you at which point once your out they almost always keep you out till the end of your line. Sometimes they do bring you out and sit you in a hotel somewhere to start.
Open RSV you basically sit at home and have to be available all 28 or 56 days of the bid. Once they call you out you start to accrue 3/4 of a day off for every day worked. i.e if you are out 16 days you get 12 days off. After 16 days out you start to accrue 1 day off for each additional day out. They tend to use these crews last (Iíve heard) and on the more fun flying that doesnít necessarily follow majority of (amazon) lines. There is no limit (other than the start of the next bid) as to how long they can keep you out. Generally they donít like to give out the 1 for 1 days so itís usually less that 16. Basically canít plan anything for the whole bid so not ideal for families or people who like to make plans but you can get more time off and better trips


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What are the schedules like. I found the one about overnight lengths, and not making 60 hours block unless flying days off.
how much is domestic vs international. How hard is it to stay in this hemisphere? Most 2 crew lines, or augmented lines?
sounds like things are going well over there, glad to hear it.
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Old 04-13-2021, 01:47 PM   #347  
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What are the schedules like. I found the one about overnight lengths, and not making 60 hours block unless flying days off.
how much is domestic vs international. How hard is it to stay in this hemisphere? Most 2 crew lines, or augmented lines?
sounds like things are going well over there, glad to hear it.
I tell people to typically plan on 16on/12off. Day 1/16 are travel days. Some lines differ from that structure but usually thatís what you can plan on. Itís mostly domestic right now. And most lines are just 2 people crews.
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Whats the best way to find out when the application window opens? just check the ATI jobs page?
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Old 04-17-2021, 06:52 PM   #349  
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Whats the best way to find out when the application window opens? just check the ATI jobs page?
Iíd say either that, social media, or if you know anyone there.
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Old 04-18-2021, 10:28 AM   #350  
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Iíd say either that, social media, or if you know anyone there.
All three of the above works.

Usually within a few hours of it opening, somebody will post the particulars on this board.
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