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Old 08-01-2006, 06:34 PM   #1  
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Default Mountain Air Cargo ATR Bases?

Anybody know where the domiciles are for MACs ATR pilots?
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Old 08-05-2006, 11:14 AM   #2  
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Old 08-08-2006, 09:18 PM   #3  
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can anyone shed any info about this company?
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Old 12-23-2006, 12:46 PM   #4  
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My buddy told me the bases for the ATR are MIA and BNA. He really likes it there, thats pretty much all I can tell you about it. If you have more questions ask away and I can ask him.

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MAC has lots of different base locations, mostly along the eastern seabord. Some will change from time to time, but most of them are fairly long-term. Fedex decides when and where an ATR will be placed: MAC has no say in it, other than to ask "how high?" on the way up!

Currently, the places MAC has ATRs based are BQN (forget about it - you couldn't pry the pilots there out with a crowbar!), CHA, EWN, DHN, DLH, ILM, IND (hub), MEM (hub), MIA, and MYR. It is not very common for a pilot to leave an established run. Usually openings come for new base locations, when a FO moves to the right seat, or those rare occasions when a pilot leaves the company.

Currently, no ATRs are based in GSO: the EWN and ILM planes do an "overnight" turn there. Flight crews bid for locations when they open up: you'll "float" for a while after you new-hire. There may be an ATR based in GSO when Fedex increases its operations there, but there are already several Captains and FOs who have expressed an interest in bidding for that run, if and when.
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