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The Dominican 04-17-2022 11:25 AM

How many credit hours are captains and F/O's seeing per month? I know it varies but more or less!

You can PM as well

HeavyDriver 04-17-2022 11:40 AM


Originally Posted by The Dominican (Post 3407452)
How many credit hours are captains and F/O's seeing per month? I know it varies but more or less!

You can PM as well

Probably better than Eastern.

4dalulz 04-17-2022 12:47 PM


Originally Posted by HeavyDriver (Post 3407458)
Probably better than Eastern.

Before anyone says anything else I'm getting popcorn.

The Dominican 04-17-2022 01:20 PM

Popcorn won’t be required. Is a simple question as to how many credit hours are the 74 skippers making per month on average.

The Dominican 04-19-2022 09:39 AM

Many thanks to those that responded on PM.

anothermember 04-20-2022 11:40 AM

174 in Jan, 120 Feb, 136 Mar, 109 Apr.
January my family had covid so I worked my days off. Then I doubled out and had 17 days off. 15 off in March timed out then. 12 days off in April timed out.
2nd yr CA.


Originally Posted by The Dominican (Post 3407487)
Popcorn won’t be required. Is a simple question as to how many credit hours are the 74 skippers making per month on average.


SonicFlyer 04-20-2022 02:53 PM

So apparently they are requiring the jab lol

4dalulz 04-20-2022 11:23 PM


Originally Posted by SonicFlyer (Post 3409427)
So apparently they are requiring the jab lol

Shocking that an airline which flies internationally would do such a thing in order to comply with other country requirements.

{MOD EDIT - Insult deleted}

ObadiahDogberry 05-06-2022 10:17 PM

Anyone have any info about the St. Kitts wing strike incident (A330 striking the light pole)? A high school friend was on the flight and she has posted a lot about it on her facebook page. Just a cursory glance at satellite pictures of the airport, it looks like the taxi lanes are set up to be nose in parking on the ramp, but it appears from the videos that the aircraft was taxiing across the ramp to end up parking nose out (towards the taxiway). But you can't tell in the videos if the crew was receiving guidance across the ramp as marshalers are not seen in the screen. My first impression is this is a case of the crew being set up to fail, but don't know what kind of briefings and/or guidance the crew actually received. Any info?

wjcandee 05-07-2022 04:23 PM


Originally Posted by ObadiahDogberry (Post 3418402)
A high school friend was on the flight and she has posted a lot about it on her facebook page.

Sounds like she needs to get a life


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